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TheUse release new 7? featuring Rachel Mason, commemorating the poetry of Chinese factory worker Xu Lizhi (listen)

Glitchy and soaring, it's a haunting track (shades of The Knife) that has greater impact when you learn its backstory. The lyrics are an English translation of poetry by Xu Lizhi, the FoxConn employee in China who jumped to his death, leaving behind a secret body of work, that movingly brought attention to the plight and struggles of Chinese migrant workers. Continue reading…
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