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Black Futures Have Changed Their Name To Never Not Nothing

This Black History Month, Black Futures have changed their name to Never Not Nothing.

Brit synth-punks Black Futures have announced that they’ve changed their name to Never Not Nothing – the title of their debut album.

The update arrives amid Black History Month, with the duo explaining that their own Black Futures Month “happens every year in conjunction” with the annual observance, with the mind to “help visualise futures with equality, liberty and accountability at its core”.

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Read their statement below:

With empathy and community at the core of our beliefs as humans and artists we have made the decision to change our name to Never Not Nothing.

We have become increasingly aware of Black Futures existence as a positive, powerful and progressive phrase in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement. Black Futures Month happens every year in conjunction with Black History Month, brought about to help visualise futures with equality, liberty and accountability at its core. Futures free from racism on all levels. We stand as allies, as empathy machines, in solidarity with BLM.”

Posted on October 14th 2020, 2:27pm
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