If you have ever contemplated debilitating world issues like war, greed and corruption and thought, “We can do better that this” — you’re not alone. That’s what Anti-Flag has been preaching for more than two decades.
The Pittsburgh-based punk-rock outfit has never been a band to shy away from the difficult political discussions. The band prefers to meet them head on with tenacity. Even the cover art on its latest album, American Spring, while attempting to portray a feeling of change and rebirth, sparked serious debates on the acceptability of its imagery and the perception of what it represents.