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“Peace” by Western Education

Los Angeles, CA’s Western Education have debuted their first full-length album, Let Your Secrets Out, along with the new single, “Peace.” Formed on the UMass Lowell college campus, the band was established by keyboard and lead-vocal member Greg Alexandropoulos as he spread flyers throughout the campus in search of like-minded artists.

Western Education brings a modern indie-alt, dance sound that resembles popular artists such as The Killers and Muse. The album’s lead single “Peace,” penned by Alexandropolus, is about a haunting experience. It’s about accidentally hitting someone with a car, and praying that person is not dead. In this particular true-case scenario, the subject ended up being okay. The broader message of the song is one that anyone can relate to — sometimes bad things happen that you didn’t intend on, or that were not your fault, but you are forced to live and deal with it.

The track “Peace” can be streamed on Soundcloud, or via the player below.

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“Peace” by Western Education

Western Education

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