This song is a departure from the good feelings of norm. This song is a shining in a dark room, this song is dressed to the nines and a sip of expensive champagne. This song is several bottles of expensive alcohol empty, the smell of cigarettes, and fingers through your lover's hair. The sound of a busy club pounding in the next room over, a kiss behind the ear, a promise of a luxury vehicle and a night full of secrets. Perhaps, even foolishness. Outside the walls of wealth and power is a sinister beast that pulses and grows each moment. This song is a calm surface, pretending that everything is alright, and while bubbling beneath is violence, ugliness.
In the band's words, "'No Pity’ touches on the gun violence and drug epidemic in the United States. We wanted to reflect on our daily experiences living in urban communities, as well as current events involving police brutality, protests, and acts of terrorism within the country.” BADTALKERS does as we all should, draw attention to the issues that plague our society, all beneath the guise of a pulsing and bright song. Take the time to follow BADTALKERS on their social media and see what they're up to.
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About The Curator - Kara Bean
Kara Bean is a force to be reckoned with. Originally from Seattle, WA, Kara is an LA-based singer-songwriter, lyricist and music-junkie. Her deep connection to the written word and music of all kinds has inspired her to become a strong, emotional songwriter. When she's not working on her artist project, Kara is listening to and writing songs that feel like liquid gold. She believes there is great power in music, and hopes to continue putting music into the universe that inspires others.