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Indie Inside: The Rebel Spell

The Rebel Spell's songs are motivated by opposition to war, capitalism, police brutality, mindless consumerism and environmental destruction. The message is far from negative, however; each song aims to provide solace and push for solutions. Evidence from the crowd's reaction at shows suggests they are capable of bringing together the fractured punk community, creating an inclusive and positive scene. This featured song is titled 'It Can't Be Just Me', from their new album It's a Beautiful Future. According to lead singer Todd Serious, "The song focuses on the surveillance culture we're coming into, the big push to have a lot of cameras installed for the Olympics (Vancouver) for example.


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