Nashville-based band Creature Comfort have released a new track, “Single Soul,” from their upcoming LP Home Team, due out on Oct. 30. The song was penned in 2017 by lead singer, songwriter and guitarist Jessey Clark in reaction to the shootings of Philando Castile and Charles Kinsey.
“I was on my computer one day and saw a video of yet another black man being shot by police… but this was different because he didn’t lose his life,” Clark told V13, referencing the 2016 shooting of Kinsey. “He was able to tell his side of the story and the whole situation angered me deeply. He was literally doing his job, taking care of an autistic child, and someone called the police on him. As he was lying there, not being aggressive at all, an officer decided to shoot him. This song is sort of my attempt to grasp what he must have been feeling in those moments.”
The band, whose lengthy tour experience includes performanc
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