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More Safety in 2021 -- starting with "Spanish Moss" video

Posted by Loren on February 21, 2021

More Safety in 2021 -- starting with "Spanish Moss" video
photo by Justine Sweetman

Safety, who last released Congratulate Me, I've Lost My Mind in 2015, returned to action with a single last October called "Song of the Night Gator." That single precluded the recording of a new 2021 EP, titled Greetings From the Sunshine State and set for release on March 15, on new label home Jetsam-Flotsam.

Now the band has shared a video from the upcoming record, "Spanish Moss," streaming below after making its debut earlier this week at BrooklynVegan.All sales through March 19 willbe donated to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition Fines and Fees Fund. 

More Safety in 2021 -- starting with "Spanish Moss" video
photo by Justine Sweetman

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