Following on from last October's "Chelsea's Kiss," in support of then-imprisoned Chelsea Manning, Thurston Moore released another politically-minded post-punk track this morning. "Cease Fire" is utopian, pro-love, and anti-gun, delivered in Moore's half-spoken early-Bob Dylan-on-stims vocal style, backed up by a driving, paranoid Sister-era riff.
Moore released a statement on his website to accompany the song:
Guns are designed to kill and we, as non-violent human beings, are against the killing of any person or animal. The song is also about the power of love, in all its freedom of choice. A power that no gun can extinguish as love will rule always. Melt down your guns and kiss your neighbor.
Listen to the track in full below.
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