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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Candy Says



Live --  Antony and the Johnsons

"In interviews around the world in 2010, Antony described his work on Swanlights and The Crying Light as "a collision between joy and a sense of hopelessness". Antony said he was struggling to come to terms with the idea that he was part of a society that was having a “virulent” impact on the earth.[9] He suggested that the degradation of nature was partially a result of the subjugation of women and earth-based spiritual systems.[9] Antony also blamed the collapse of humanity's sustainable relationship with the earth in part on the rise of patriarchal religions that suggest the destiny of humanity to be "a paradise elsewhere". Interview Magazine describes Swanlights as “an emotional personal call for global, collective change”.

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