I thought I would share something new via video. Here is a fresh-off-the press song I wrote a week ago or so. I’ve also posted the lyrics on this site. We debuted the song last week at Against the Grain. A couple thoughts for context. Here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland we have a rich historic legacy, but one rooted in deep-seated inequities that continue to affect our neighbors and friends, and thus, all of us. This song may seem like it is about the past, but it is about the present. I had a conversation with someone recently about some of the homes where there remain shackles on the cellar wall, rings in the courtyard that were used for restraints. One more note of explanation – the reference to “PBJ” in the song is not “peanut butter and jelly.” It stands for “probation before judgment.” Rattle them chains. . .