Chris Cohen – Damage –
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Chris Cohen – Damage

Chris Cohen – Damage

Chris Cohen returns with “Damage,” the lead single from his upcoming album Paint A Room, showcasing a poignant exploration of societal issues through his music. Released under Hardly Art, the track features a compelling horn arrangement by Jeff Parker, adding a layer of depth to the already rich texture of Cohen’s sound.

In “Damage,” Cohen delves into the complexities of state violence and the denial of personal autonomy. His lyrics, reflective and incisive, are set against a backdrop of lush instrumentation that complements his soft vocal delivery. The song serves as an abolitionist anthem, challenging listeners to reconsider the structures of power and control that permeate society.

As Cohen prepares for his album release and subsequent performances, “Damage” stands out as a testament to his evolving artistry and his commitment to addressing pressing social issues through his music.

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