Out US singer/songwriter Ryan Amador has released his latest single, False Alarm.
Performed with US poet and rapper Alixa Garcia, False Alarm is an urgent plea for planet earth.
This single is the latest is a string of powerful, poignant music from the US singer.
Ryan Amador & Alixa Garcia debut False Alarm
Ryan Amador is well known for creating powerful music with a message.
Previous songs such as Define Me, Loverboy & Spectrum have proved to be powerful queer anthems.
False Alarm is an anthem for planet earth, another powerful message from the singer.
“It’s a song from the future where we did nothing to help the planet for the generations to come,” he says.
“It’s straight from the pained heart of that dismal, not-too-distant future.”
The song is powerful and poignant, singing of a world that humanity seems to have stopped caring for.
“This earth is still crying and everyone’s acting like nothing’s wrong” he sings.
Featuring the trademark vocals of Ryan Amador the song is a slow-paced, passionate anthem.
False alarm is another collaboration for Amador who has previously worked with Jo Lampert on Define Me.
Amador is joined on this track by Alixa Garcia a poet, rapper and activist best known for her duo Climbing Poetree.
Together they create a song that is equally powerful and impossible to ignore.
More music from Ryan Amador
False Alarm is part of the upcoming fourth studio album for Ryan Amador.
Previous work has seen him gain an international audience with his music, particularly as an openly gay singer/songwriter.
Define Me from his self titled album Ryan Amador gained international attention for its raw and powerful honesty, quickly becoming a queer anthem.
Meanwhile his latest album The American is a powerful storytelling of the human condition in a modern world.
Songs such as Target Practice, Lucky To Be So Blind and Walk On By are thought-provoking and moving.
Whereas Loverboy and Hospitals are equally beautiful and person anthems.
You can find all of his latest music at www.ryanamador.com
Listen to False Alarm below.
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