GRAMMY Award-Winning David Clayton-Thomas Faces Political Backlash on Facebook

by Eric Alper

GRAMMY Award-Winning David Clayton-Thomas’ New Anti-Gun Anthem Censored for Advertising by Facebook for Being ‘Political’

GRAMMY Award-winning Canadian musician David Clayton-Thomas’ new anti-gun anthem “Never Again” is facing restrictions on Facebook this week.

“Never Again” — off the Forthcoming Album SAY SOMETHIN’ — is Dedicated to the Students of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida

The legendary artist is using the incredible power of song to call attention to gun violence plaguing the U.S.; attempts to boost the post through the ubiquitous social media network were rejected.

“Given the current climate of gun violence in America, I felt this song should be heard now,” says Clayton-Thomas of the release. “This song is dedicated to the kids of Parkland and the March For Our Lives movement.” 

“Never Again” is from Clayton-Thomas’ forthcoming album SAY SOMETHIN’, set for release early 2020 via Linus Records.

David Clayton-Thomas is a GRAMMY Award-winning Canadian musician, singer and songwriter also known as the lead vocalist for Blood, Sweat & Tears. Clayton-Thomas has received induction honours into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, and Canada’s Walk of Fame.

“Never Again” is available now. David Clayton-Thomas is available for interviews, and let me know if you need anything else!