UPCOMING RELEASE: AUG 28, 2020
"Them & Us"
Addressing human conflict on a wider scale, "Them And Us” touches on social divisiveness encompassing race, nationality, political affiliation, and religious denomination. The ardent chorus asks the question: How wide’s the divide, between them & us? …the answer to the question lies within the heart of each individual.
"Keene very humbly possesses an uncanny gift for laying an eloquent finger on the pulse of our current social discontent. Similar to “The Hurricane” (Bob Dylan), the track carries a poetic and political potency calling attention to the unprecedented new era of racial injustice and unnecessary tribalism of today’s environment."
NYC-based singer-songwriter Steven Keene puts a finger on the panicked pulse of the times with acerbic new single “Save Yourself”
It would seem Keene has now put an uncanny interpretive finger on the panicked pulse of our current collective experience with his latest single “Save Yourself”. The timely blues- rock anthem reads like a sardonic sign of the times, casting a critical eye on the hypocritical side of human nature ...as a self-obsessed and virtue signaling society turns from sanctimonious cries to “save the world” on social media to frantic displays self-preservation the moment times get tough... (read more)