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"This talented trio have a gift of telling stories through a guitar, a piano and voices that each bring something so unique and so beautiful while being able to harmonize in a way that just mesmerizes me." - laurel canyon radio

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"The single starts out with mellow harmonies and then picks back up with their female vocalist and her power house delivery and range. Each member in the band tells a personal and intimate story about their own rights, each with strong heavy vocals. The song represents coming together as a community, and 'sticking it to the man.'" - Rock the Pigeon  

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"One of the long-standing legacies of folk music is a political language. Protest runs in the veins of folk. That comes through in this gospel laden tune from Faultlines. You’ll hear incredible vocals and a southern gospel feel that sends chills right up your spine." - EarToTheGroundMusic 

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"We think it is courageous when musicians make music with political statements in its verses. Through choreography, Los Angeles Folk-Pop band Faultlines demonstrate the lyrics of “Rain”."  - GRUNGECAKE   


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