Interview With Anti-Flag

Originally formed in 1988 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, today’s Anti-Flag is one of modern punk rock’s most iconic and well-known bands. They’re outspoken about American politics and social issues, and heavily involved in activism – associating themselves with such groups as Democracy Now!, Greenpeace, PETA and Amnesty International. In this video, Chris Barker, a.k.a. Chris #2 of the band tells us why it’s important for the band to discuss politics and social issues in their music, as opposed to simply drugs and girls. He also discusses today’s political scene as he sees it, and tells us why he would like to thank George W. Bush. For more information, click Here

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