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Third Eye Blind: 'If There Ever Was A Time' First Listen!

Third Eye Blind: 'If There Ever Was A Time' First Listen!

Check out Third Eye Blind‘s new song “If There Ever Was A Time,” which lead singer Stephan Jenkins wrote in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement!

“Oh where are the youth, we need you now. Come speak the truth, come break it down,” the band sings on the track.

“I think college students are going to come to terms with the unfairness of student loans, the hallowing out of jobs from finance-based capitalism, and the depletion of public wealth,” Stephan said in a press release.

“When you take money out of politics, which is what Occupy Wall Street is about for me, you reverse these trends,” he added. “This song is meant to encourage their participation. I hope we flood this movement with music.”

You can download the song for free on Third Eye Blind‘s Facebook page and 3EB.com – the band just asks if you like the track to donate to Occupy99!

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4 Responses to “Third Eye Blind: 'If There Ever Was A Time' First Listen!”

  1. 1
    Hen-reeh-ah Says:

    Stephan Jenkins and Charlize Theron ..should find their way back to each other now that she is single.

    He’s cute and she is gorgeous…i believe he wrote some sexy for her.

    I liked their music.

  2. 2
    Hen-reeh-ah Says:

    …And I like this song.

    Very relevant and reminiscent of 60′s…70′s…

  3. 3
    rnada Says:

    Song is terrible. Same repetition. 3EB was better in the 90′s.

    As for the song being about college loans. If protestors want to stick it to the colleges, don’t go. Get a job, find out what you want to do, get educational books through amazon or barnes and noble, school your self and take out the middleman.

  4. 4
    greek music Says:

    Umm… they wrote this in like 3 days. Why would you expect an entire album to be the same?

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