“Rejectionist Front is more than a happening band with a cookin sound.  They are that rare band making important music”
says Grammy Award Winner Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Rage Against The Machine, A Perfect Circle, Linkin Park). The band was honored when Wallace mixed the single “Fifty Dollars” from their debut CD, “Shock The Conscious Mass”  The track has played on radio throughout the US.

A dynamic sound and unique vocal merge with Rejectionist Front’s new critically acclaimed CD, Evolve that  focuses on conflict both within ourselves and throughout society as we struggle for positive change.  The CD includes the MTV track “Flush” selected as part of  “The Top Ten Sounds Of The Revolution” and the song “Reclaim” that is part of the benefit compilation along with many socially conscious artists including Willie Nelson, Crosby and Nash, Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Warren Haynes, Third Eye Blind, Our Lady Peace, Anti- Flag, and MGMT. The band’s music plays on radio throughout the US and Europe as well as on television scores around the globe.

In the best spirit of socially conscious music, the band rejects the status quo and seeks constructive change as their worldwide performances combine music with activism. This New York based group consists of founder Michael Perlman, Wayne Livingston, Craig Neal and David Dawson.

The band has shared the stage with many inspiring artists including:

George Clinton & P-Funk, Joan Baez, Talib Kweli, Immortal Technique, Redman, Tom Morello and the Nappy Roots.

Rejectionist Front is proud to play in support of vital causes including Rock The Vote, Save Darfur, Wounded Warrior, Concert For Tibet, the USO, End Mass Incarceration, Rock Against Dystrophy, Free China and Occupy.

Rejectionist Front is a MRI/Sony Music artist alongside Third Eye Blind, Black Crowes and Bjork.

The new music video from the recently released album What About The People focuses on the interconnectedness of us all. A girl who loves too much running through the street screaming out save me from the beast and a guy who has a gun to his head but he’s not dead are just two of the compelling characters struggling with pain and fear while seeking love and redemption captured in this high energy rock anthem.

Could Have Been Me, the second music video from the new album, tells heart breaking true stories of racial injustice and calls out for empathy as a pathway to unify for a better future.

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