Pittsburgh punk veterans Anti-Flag are streaming a new track titled “Close My Eyes,” taken from the final installment in their 20 Years of Hell 7-inch series. Here’s what Chris #2 had to say about the song:
“‘Close My Eyes’ is a really personal track to me. I wanted to interject the things that have happened in my life and to my loved ones into this song. The Trayvon Martin case floored me. I had so much empathy for his family, having lost my sister to violent crime and then a subsequent very questionable trial and not guilty verdict. My distrust of American justice was once again put in front of me. This song is commentary on all of that.”
Anti-Flag released a career-spanning double album titled A Document of Dissent on July 22nd through Fat Wreck Chords, and their latest full-length The General Strike came out in 2012 on SideOneDummy Records.
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