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Third Eye Blind To Donate Shirt Sales To ‘Hillary For America’ Drive | Music News

Third Eye Blind 02.08.2016ANDREW


American band, Third Eye Blind, with a recent appearance in Cleveland, Ohio, for Musicians On Call, an organization which brings music to the bedsides of patients in care, seem to have captured the imagination of the public on a national scale. This came via frontman, Stephan Jenkins, asking onstage: “Raise your hand if you believe in science”.


The phrase has since become plastered all over online, even Hillary Clinton paraphrased it, saying, “I believe in science”, during becoming the Democrat nominee for President, Thursday past, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


In response, the band has created its very own “Raise Your Hand If You Believe In Science” shirt and will donate the proceeds from the sales of the shirt to the ‘Hillary For America’ campaign.


Last week, Third Eye Blind also released “Cop Vs. Phone Girl”, a new song from their forthcoming We Are Drugs EP, the response to last year’s Dopamine. This further proving, of course, the band’s fearlessness to tackle prominent current affairs and political issues. More information on shirts provided in link below; and those wanting a look at the band’s store, see here.



Tour dates are as follows:


06 – Ventura, CA – Ventura County Fair
07 – San Francisco, CA – Outside Lands
18 – Makati, Philippines – Mall of Asia Arena
20 – Tokyo, Japan – Summer Sonic Festival
23 – Rhinebeck, NY – Duthchess County Fair
25 – Islington, UK – O2 Academy
26 – Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival
28 – Reading, UK – Reading Festival


01 – Providence, RI – Alex and Ani City Center
02 – Portland, ME – Maine State Pier
03 – Sugar Hill, GA – Bowl at Sugar Hill
04 – Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
17 – Del Mar, CA – KAABOO Del Mar
25 – Las Vegas, NV – Life Is Beautiful Festival



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