Good morning, love muffins! Think you liked our first single? Well GET A LOAD OF THIS!
From 11/12 - 11/18, 30% of all proceeds from “Surrender” will go to The Parents Project by Everyone is Gay.
The Parents Project will be a digital presence dedicated exclusively toward helping parents understand their LGBTQ kids. 30% of the proceeds from this song will go towards Everyone is Gay’s indiegogo campaign to help get this project off the ground. We think this is a great cause and are excited to support it!
Have you gotten our new single “I Won’t Follow” yet?! Today is the last day that 30% of the proceeds will go to Restore NYC, a fantastic organization that provides support to victims of sex trafficking.
Tomorrow, we’ll be releasing our next single, “Surrender”!
Our first single is here! It’s called “I Won’t Follow” and we hope you love it!
For this week only, 30% of the proceeds will go to RESTORE NYC, a great organization that rescues and provides support to victims of sex trafficking. So if you purchase a copy you’ll also be contributing to a really amazing cause!
If you like the song, please turn it up extremely loud wherever you are and dance like no one is watching. (And also maybe reblog it too.)
“Truthfully, what happens is as children grow up we start to educate them progressively from the waist up. And then we focus on their heads, and slightly to one side.”—Ken Robinson TED talk (via alliemoss)
Right now, you are missing the vast majority of what is happening around you. You are missing the events unfolding in your body, in the distance, and right in front of you.
By marshaling your attention to these words, helpfully framed in a distinct border of white, you are ignoring an unthinkably large amount of information that continues to bombard all of your senses: the hum of the fluorescent lights, the ambient noise in a large room, the places your chair presses against your legs or back, your tongue touching the roof of your mouth, the tension you are holding in your shoulders or jaw, the map of the cool and warm places on your body, the constant hum of traffic or a distant lawn-mower, the blurred view of your own shoulders and torso in your peripheral vision, a chirp of a bug or whine of a kitchen appliance.