Filmed during the planting and harvesting of Sacred Ponca Corn along the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route and the historic Ponca Trail of Tears at the Tanderup Family Farm near Neligh, Nebraska. “Last Stand” is a song about a movement of Farmers, Natives, and Activists standing up to protect our land and water from corporate greed in rural Nebraska.
A look into our week, filming a music video for “Last Stand” at Pipeline Fighter village, and harvesting sacred Ponca corn along the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
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The winter usually means recording for this band. As we are growing and learning, we are hoping to document more of our experiences and sharing with all of you as a whole on a consistent basis. We have decided as a group to put all of our focus on recording. We have a few different projects we are working on currently and hope to release every song we have with a video. Not only that but, we want you to come on the journey with us!
This past week we have been working on a co-written song between Jason & I. In the past, we have written the majority of our songs by ourselves with the exception of a handful. We hope to do more of this collaborating in the future. This one, in particular, is a more upbeat song that we hope to create a video for in the next couple of months.
Heres a clip and hope you enjoy the sounds coming out of the cave!
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