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Free Download: Thievery Corporation and Mr. Lif Unite for Occupy Anthem

Listen to the indie rappers' new track 'Unified Tribes'

December 28, 2011 12:00 PM ET
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Thievery Corporation, 'Unified Tribes'
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Click to listen to Thievery Corporation's 'Unified Tribes' (feat. Mr Lif)

Thievery Corporation have reunited with their old collaborator Mr. Lif for "Unified Tribes," a new single inspired by the Occupy movement. "Occupiers have come together in an attempt to bring about better conditions for the many as opposed to the few," says Mr. Lif. "This song, ‘Unified Tribes’ is our attempt to offer inspiration, energy and hopefully a morale boost to the movement as it will take persistence and resilience to bring about change to the collective consciousness of our culture." The track is available in the iTunes store now, but you can download it for free here.

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