Kwame and I will be donating all proceeds from the sales of our song "Fire Song" on Bandcamp to charities helping those displaced by the recent fires.
We wrote "Fire Song" a few years ago during one of our desert writing sessions. It was based on a story we read about a fire in Marfa, but it could be about what too many Californians have been going through of late:
"Now we're staying on the other side of town, you borrowed your brother's truck
I’m wearing my momma's dressing gown, we're still counting on our luck
In the sunset and the waxing moon, the call of the mourning dove
Trying to put it all behind us, and save our love"
— from "Fire Song" on Bay Station Band's Other Desert Cites (2018)