Karen and The Sorrows’ Jewish Values Urge Her to Call For “Ceasefire”

LGBTQIA+
By
Rachel Cholst
March 12, 2024
Rainbow Rodeo
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Karen and the Sorrows joins Kym Register on their compilation album in order to hear the birds the warplanes must be silent. As usual, the Sorrows create beauty out of grief with spare arrangements and the shining moral clarity that imbues Pittelman’s lyrics. “Ceasefire” is heavily influenced by Jewish teachings.

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