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Sad13 (Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz) Shares Song About Family Political Discussions at Christmas

Song Entitled “MCGA”

Dec 22, 2016 Speedy Ortiz
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Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis released Slugger, her debut solo album under the moniker Sad13 last month via Carpark. Now she has shared a brand new song, “MCGA,” that tackles the difficulties of going home for Christmas and having difficult political conversations with family members who may have voted for the other guy (aka Trump) in November. “You managed to avoid Thanksgiving in post-election deep depression,” she sings, “ask em how they voted when you’re going home this year.” She takes it a step further later in the song: “Will we ever a conversation where you disavow conversion therapy, stand for prison abolition, or free and unrestricted abortion rights? And holding sexual predators accountable and not electing them into the most powerful office in the country?” Listen below.



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December 23rd 2016
12:19am

It’s good I found it interesting and for real my students would love to read it. I’m going to make sure I save the link and share with my students and perhaps with others as well.