GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS’ NEW ANTI-GUN ANTHEM CENSORED FOR ADVERTISING BY FACEBOOK FOR BEING ‘POLITICAL’
Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician David Clayton-Thomas’ new anti-gun anthem “Never Again” is facing restrictions on Facebook this week.
The legendary artist is using the incredible power of song to call attention to gun violence plaguing the U.S.; attempts to boost the post through the ubiquitous social media network were rejected.
“Given the current climate of gun violence in America, I felt this song should be heard now,” says Clayton-Thomas of the release. “This song is dedicated to the kids of Parkland and the March For Our Lives movement.”
“Never Again” is from Clayton-Thomas’ forthcoming album Say Somethin’, set for release early 2020 via Linus Records.
David Clayton-Thomas is a Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician, singer and songwriter also known as the lead vocalist for Blood, Sweat & Tears. Clayton-Thomas has received induction honours into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, and Canada’s Walk of Fame.