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Friendship Commanders’ New Single ‘Still Life’ Offers a Powerful Message on Injustices

Nashville heavy duo Friendship Commanders is making waves with their latest single, “Still Life,” a song that delves into the complexities of injustices. Released on September 8 as part of their forthcoming album, “MASS,” co-produced by Kurt Ballou of Converge, this track is already generating buzz in the music scene.

“Still Life” by Friendship Commanders echoes the experiences of songwriter/guitarist/vocalist Buick Audra within the Boston music community. It sheds light on the challenges faced by individuals who dare to speak out against imbalances and injustices. The ethereal vocals and thundering anthem style of the song create a compelling narrative that invites listeners to reflect on the world around them.

This release follows the introduction of “Vampire” and “High Sun,” two pre-release singles from the album “MASS.” “High Sun” explores the theme of becoming a scapegoat, while “VAMPIRE” addresses boundaries and the exploitation of vulnerabilities by others.

“MASS” is not just an album; it’s a concept record that explores memory, language, and the state of Massachusetts, where Buick Audra spent her formative years. The album paints a vivid picture of leaving a place after facing social ostracization and the challenges of non-conformity.

Friendship Commanders collaborated with Kurt Ballou, who recorded and mixed the album at his GodCity studio in Salem, Massachusetts, resulting in a distinctive and impactful sound.

Friendship Commanders – Still Life

The raw emotion of ‘Still Life’ by Friendship Commanders. Watch the official music video and feel the power of their message. Don’t miss out! Download the song now.

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