While OneBeat was stationed in Florida before heading on their East Coast tour that recently concluded, the group stopped over in Sanford, acknowledging the impact Trayvon Martin's death had on our global community. It's a short but chilling song delivered beautifully by Cambodian singer Young Yorn (that those who made it out to the Timucua performance will likely recognize) and positions New York's YC the Cynic to echo a final, silent statement that's powerful for those still unsettled by the Florida tragedy.
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