Delta Rae release “All Good People,” a song inspired by the Charleston shooting

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Delta Rae | Photo courtesy of the band
Delta Rae | Photo courtesy of the band

With nothing more than a kick drum beat and simple piano melody, Delta Rae‘s new song “All Good People” creates a very emotional and touching memorial not only the Charleston shooting victims but to all those affected by violence.

The song shows a sense of self-awareness with powerful lyrics like “We can’t hold our breath forever when our brothers cannot breathe,” and the group’s incredible, gospel-inspired vocal delivery hammers the message home: if you don’t speak up, you’re part of the problem. Proceeds of the song are going to the Emanuel AMA Church in Charleston.

Delta Rae’s latest album After It All is available now and you can catch them this summer at the XPoNential Music Festival. For tickets and more information, visit the festival website here.

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