Just a few short months ago, solo artist Chris Clemence released his massive stadium anthem “Let’s Go” which featured New York hardcore legend Harley Flanagan of Cro Mags fame.
After dominating the sports world with relentless airplay and serenading Super Bowl LI, Clemence has done it again, this time taking a political stance and demanding a call to action. And he’s not doing it alone. Clemence enlisted DH Peligro of Dead Kennedys to be the featured vocalist on his track, entitled “Revolution”.
“We live in dangerous times”, says Clemence, “Everything is in such turmoil and as a country we are more divided than ever. We really need change. Our future depends on it…we need a revolution.”
He adds, “I wrote the song Revolution because we really need to wake up and take action. No matter what your political stance, everything we’ve earned and fought for is at stake. I brought DH on the song because his voice has the perfect tone to lead the charge. He’s an amazing singer and rock legend. He’s the perfect fit and I’m honored to work with him.”
When asked if the politically charged song lyrics were aimed at President Trump, Clemence responded “Absolutely.”
As of this writing, Revolution was recently recorded at Sunset Sound studio in Los Angeles, California. It is expected to be on Clemence’s new album due later this 2017.
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