Unseen Week: At Point Break

(DiR) To celebrate the release of Unseen's new CD 'Internal Salvation' this week we have asked Mark to pick his top 5 favorite songs from the CD and tell us a bit about each track. We kick things off with the song "At Point Break". Here is Mark:

"At Point Break": This tune has 2 short stories. Verse one is about how most Americans view the homeless. It's so crazy to see some people living outside in New England in the winter months trying to find shelter in a subway or atm spot to keep warm through the night. While this happens there are other people who complain about there house being to small or not lavish enough. It's f***in sickening if you ask me. Verse 2 in this song is about my mom and how she was forced to work minimum wage to support 3 kids when she got a divorce. The dad was making great money under the table and stood by and watched his kids suffer while he lived very well. - You can check out the song here and be sure to pick up 'Internal Salvation' tomorrow when it hits stores.

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