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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. 

#lovewins

-SC.” 

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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