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Join rockers "The Simple Radicals" in their "New Revolution"


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"Medicate is a powerful song about the overindulgence and overuse of drugs in our society and all that's going on with the opiate crisis and mental illness," says John Malkin, lead singer and rhythm guitarist for The Simple Radicals. The message of the song attracted the attention of Vernon Reid of the band Living Colour who agreed to record with the band, turning in a blistering lead guitar performance that is sure to delight fans of serious guitar shredding.

Reid also appears in an EPK video by The Simple Radicals, speaking about the meaning behind the song, discussing how "many of us use substances to deal with stress and anxiety, and our day to day problems." He notes the poignant timing of the interview coinciding with the anniversary of the passing of Laney Staley of Alice in Chains, reminding him of the "passing of Scott Weiland from Stone Temple Pilots, and so many other wonderful artists who have succumbed to that issue.

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    June 11, 2019

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