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Neal Barnard’s CarbonWorks release new video “Louder Than Words”

DC-based fusion band, CarbonWorks, is pleased to announce the release of their new video, “Louder Than Words.”  The band is led by Dr. Neal Barnard, composer and guitarist who is better known as trailblazing medical doctor and New York Times best-selling author in health and nutrition. Their new video follows the release of the debut CarbonWorks album. Watch here

The “Louder Than Words” video features footage of animals experiencing both suffering and joy. Barnard says “This song looks at animals used in laboratories, and animals destined for slaughterhouses, as well as animals suffering from the cruelties that are simply part of nature.”

The album showcases 11 tracks of Barnard’s original music, both songs and instrumental works, that are a fusion of rock, blues, jazz, contemporary and Vietnamese music. Equally diverse are the CarbonWorks members, comprised of a classical string quartet, a jazz band, rock musicians, traditional Vietnamese musicians, and Barnard himself on guitar and piano. Featured musicians on the album include award-winning Italian vocalist, Naif Herin, and New Orleans blues guitarist and actor, Chris Thomas King, who is best known for his supporting acting roles in the Coen Brothers’ film O Brother, Where Art Thou? and Ray.

Be sure to check out the video for, “Louder Than Words,” from the debut self-titled album by CarbonWorks! The full album is available now on iTunes and Amazon!

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