This is a song about forgiveness, trying to forgive, risking and swimming and falling and colliding into yourself, and all we must dive through to learn what forgiveness truly is… From The Repressions 11/14/20 live stream show on TwitchMusic… with added lyrics! You can find the official track for “From The Blue Green Sea” on all music streaming platforms!
Many thanks to all who joined the livestream show on September 26. Here is a live take, with lyrics, of Quiet Solitude (subtle xylophone included.) Thank you for watching!
The Repressions have a new video up today, performing their original song Starlight Golf Course during their Single Release Livestream Show on August 15, 2020. Do like and subscribe, comments are always appreciated, and thank you very much for watching! #forestmusic
These days are difficult, and there is so much to surmount. This song is for anyone feeling a little overwhelmed right now.
This festival was sadly cancelled, but the show went on, with dozens of performers, speakers and cool cats contributing. The full parade can be found in three installments on Veggie Pride Parade NYC’s new Youtube channel. Here is the sing-along video from part 2 by The Repressions:
Often we see the direction, rightly right for us, and yet when that moving step is required, we get all moonstuck. The path to change requires our trust in ourselves.
Last year Nate and Barbara celebrated New Year’s Eve with merriment and music, and a video for their song Bright Lights. They decided to make this a tradition, and this year the lyrics are on screen. Bright Lights is a journey of love and change, reconciling our natural selves in the modern world, and leaping into your life even when you cannot see.
Happy New Year Friends. Thank you for being here.
Do our instincts work against our growth? Why do we act out in wildness while we further ourselves from the natural world?
Tonight on Youtube we have a lyric video for the song “What’s To Be Expected of the Wild,” performed unplugged at Repressions’ Castle.
Sometimes it is okay to wish to be hazy and dreamy, instead of sad. Our imaginations can take us to beautiful, perhaps healing places.
The Repressions (Barbara Dragon and Nate Lay) perform their original song WE ARE THE STRANGE ONES, acoustic and unplugged… Featuring the lyrics! Yay!
The Repressions dedicate their songs to anyone who has ever been made fun of for being, kind, smart, sensitive or ill.
Thank you for watching!