"1915" on Exclaim! TV
We recently caught up with co-frontman Chris No. 2 at Toronto's Ride Away Bikes, where he performed an acoustic rendition of "1915" from Anti-Flag's Occupy-inspired 2012 LP, The General Strike. No. 2 starts by singing lines from Leo Marks' poem "The Life That I Have," before increasing the tempo and breaking into a truncated version of "1915," which is based on the life and work of political activist Joe Hill.
Watch the video in the player below.
Filmed by Matt Bobkin
Audio by Nash Bussieres
Edited by Michael Thomas
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