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Friday, August 25, 2017

All Men Must Die by RABBII

Dear Poptastic Readers,

RABBII are back with an amazing song called "All Men Must Die" and it references to Game Of Thrones




When we first heard the title of the song, we weren't sure what to expect, but we absolutely love this song and we are actually going a bit bonkers over it. During the first verse, a casual listener might mistake this as the new Robyn song. 


UPDATE: Check out the AWESOME video that will want to make you eat a hot dog! (By the way, RABBI say: "It's all veggie hot dogs, so no men or animals were harmed during the recording of this video.")


Hopefully you made it to the end of the video to read the disclaimer. If not, here it is ...

Disclaimer:
For anyone who feels like we’re out on a murder spree wanting to kill them, we’re not. Feel better? Good.
We want the social construct of Man to die. The Man that is responsible for almost all rapes, who fight wars, who marches in white supremacist rallies.. you get our point, right? Again, not the actual men, but the idea of that man that our culture has created. Still angry? Well, then we really can’t help you. You should try yoga.


This is one of the songs that we just want to hit repeat as soon as it is over. Well done, RABBII! Oh and apparently RABBII is no longer a duo of Jo and Felix, but there is a new guy named Mats!


RABBII are Mats, Jo, and Felix
Photo by Izabella England

"All Men Must Die" is available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today. We've added the song to our 2017 Poptastic Confessions Playlist on Spotify.




Earlier this year, we featured RABBII's song "Majestic." Last year, their new "New Friends" was #5 on our year-end countdown. And in 2015, "Hang Us High" was #14 on our countdown. Support RABBII my legally downloading their music. All of these songs are also on our Spotify playlists, too!

Cheers then,

—Davearama

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