From the recording The Line

I wrote this song after listening to a Canadian politician on television trying to convince the public that they cared about refugees from the Syrian conflict. It was a day or two after the body of a young child named Alan Kurdi had washed up on a Turkish beach song. This politician was trying to pretend he cared when in actuality he and his party's policies showed they did not. I was frustrated and angry and this song came out of me quite quickly. It features Toronto's Resa's Pieces Singers.