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Sister Crayon Releases Video To Coincide With SCOTUS Ruling

Note: Video contains strong language

Terra Lopez and Dani Fernandez have a long history of advocating for same-sex marriage both before and since forming the band Sister Crayon. Today the band released a video for the song “Ride | Die” after pushing production up to coincide with today’s Supreme Court ruling that same-sex couples may be allowed to marry anywhere within the United States.

From the band’s website:

“… we wrote this song as an anthem for ourselves, for our friends who maybe had the same doubts, and as a dedication to our friends who do have this kind of love.  … This video is dedicated to our friends, our family, our lovers, and to our fans who live and love unapologetically. 



Sister Crayon’s latest album Devoted was released at the beginning of this month on Rodriguez-Lopez Productions. The video was produced by Mike Rafter and released via Sacramento apparel line, Official.

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