Justin Sane spent the weekend in Toronto at the G20 demonstrations as well as performing solo acoustic sets at the premiere of the feature length documentary, "Sounds Like A Revolution", in which he and Anti-Flag appear. His weekend inspired a new song which you can find here.
Justin Shane : I recorded the following video clip after arriving back home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania late in the evening. I was exhausted so it’s a little rough around the edges but I wanted to post it as is because the emotion of the weekend was still buzzing within me and recording and posting under such circumstances was exactly the right thing to do.
The film mostly focuses on the movement of activist musicians who rose up to speak against and resist the corruption and criminal actions that was the George W. Bush regime. It is the actions of those people and the documentarians (Summer and Jane) who made this film who truly inspired this song. As I watched the movie I was also reminded of the short sighted backward adversary which we faced such as “war all the time John McCain” and “drill baby drill Sarah Palin” and why it is important to continue to stand together to direct our world in a safer, more compassionate, more humane path, and oppose the selfish, corrupt, corporate state which the anti progressives of this world would have us live in.