We Don’t Ride Llamas Pays Tribute To The Victims of Winter Storm Uri With New Single “(2-Inch) Grave”

In the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri, which ravaged Texas in February 2021, leaving a trail of devastation and death in its wake, We Don’t Ride Llamas emerges as a voice of protest and healing with their latest release, “(2-Inch) Grave”. This Alt Afro Punk sensation from Austin channels their anger and grief into a powerful song that honors the memory of those lost during the storm, particularly the houseless members of the community.

At the forefront stands Max, the charismatic frontman, whose impassioned and nuanced vocals lead the charge. Blake (Drums), Kit (bass) and Chase (guitar) each bring their own inimitable style and impressive skill, weaving a tapestry of sound that blends infectious rhythms with the raw energy of rock.

“(2-Inch) Grave” is a rallying cry against the greed and negligence that contributed to the tragedy. It’s about connection, empathy, and understanding and in a time when the world feels more divided than ever, We Don’t Ride Llamas is reminding us of the power of music to unite us all.

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