SING for the world
It was an amateur video; the government would have never allowed it to be view by the public. Of course, no one really knows what the government would or would not allow, not since Better Living Industries had taken over nine years ago. They had banned everything like this: creativity, art, music all gone bleached into a nonexistence white by BL/ind .
It was nothing but a dead scene, a product of a white dream. Any form of self-expression had been deemed too dangerous it caused the dreaded emotion that could lead to pain and war and a revolution. What they were not aware of was the underground, a group of artists living in the city of false peace. Art rebels, ones who still listened to music, debated art and knew how to feel emotion to hate and love. "Art is the Weapon" their slogan and motto painted on the walls of the one safe place they would occasionally meet. She knew some of them, kept in contact: illegally of course. That is how she had found this video. The few that still