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Sneak Peek Of The New Antigone Rising Music Video

“Everywhere Is Home” appears on the soundtrack of the lesbian mob comedy 'Alto.'



 Our favorite all-woman folk-rock band Antigone Rising continues to rise to the occasion, fusing their success in the music industry with educating youth around the globe as Cultural Ambassadors to the United States Government. 

 The band has successfully launched their own non-profit organization, Girl Bands Rock to inspire and educate kids, especially young girls, that it's okay to think outside the box and pursue careers in non-traditional fields. Antigone Rising has partnered with school districts and youth centers all over the country to create innovative programming dedicated to building confidence in youth by developing leadership and creative skills through musical workshops, outreach programs and performances. 

The music video incorporates Diana DeGarmo and Nina Camps both singing lead vocals. The song, “Everywhere Is Home” appears as a part of the popular lesbian mob comedy “Alto” which tells a quirky love story set against an unanticipated run-in with the New York mafia.

Turn up your volume and check out the new video below!

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