The members of Denver hip-hop band Flobots are at work on a new album of political protest music. They say they hope to use their music to move people to act on issues like climate change and immigration reform.
This week Flobots performed in the CPR Performance Studio and spoke with OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney about their "No Enemies" protest music project. They also spoke about their appearance Friday at the Biennial of the Americas in Denver.
Stream the session via the link above.
- "Stand Up"
- "Panacea for the Poison"
- "Gonna Be Free"
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