Roadkeeper – “Enemy Mine”

It’s the belly of the week folks, and today I must say that I’ve been blown away by this new track from Texas’ own musical quartet, Roadkeeper. “Enemy Mine” is a beautiful and almost surreal musical expression about the dissonance between the perceived realities of radical white supremacists and that of everyone else.

“The lyrics to Enemy Mine were written about the far-right radicalization of vulnerable young people in the U.S. by white nationalist professional pundits who are fed viewers and readers by algorithms on social media and YouTube“. So you can expect some harsh truth under the lyrics, but don’t let yourselves get fooled, musically this is a fresh psychedelic shoe-gaze style song and the levels of production are just outstanding.

Producer John Eric Hetherington, guitarist Trevor Tull, bassist Daniel Griffith and drummer Nicklaus Cogdill

The group produces songs that are humanist, socially conscious and at times political, couched in cinematic analog synthesizers, noise rock guitars and a specific 80’s acoustic guitar shimmer. So don’t waste another minute and press that play button for an ethereal, bass driven ride, a synthesised tonal revolution!

“There is an organized effort to convert impressionable young people into radical white supremacists and encourage them to undertake radical action against marginalized people and progressive political movements.”

And please don’t forget that you can also show your support by following them on their  Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, accounts, as well as their SoundCloud and YouTube  channels.  If you enjoy their music and are able to provide monetary support, you can download their music on Bandcamp.  

Also helps to streaming and sharing his music that obviously you can find in the following Playlists: Fresh Singles, Indie Only, Alterindie State Of Mind and Less Than 1,000 Followers 

Remember that you can always find me here Linktree MadZen for all my social media and own music.

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