We invite you to a very special premiere of the ‘Lyrics Version’ of ‘Sin’ featuring Jani Lane. The song was already moving and inspiring people on its own, but when you read along to the lyrics combined with his beautifully haunting vocal performance, the video is even more moving. Jani had hand picked this song from Liberty n Justice as he was presented with several options and I think it is clear to see just why!

Anyone who may have questioned where his heart was at the time of his passing, I think it’s clear to see through this song, which is one of his very last vocal recordings, that he had made his peace with God and that we will all see him again one day!

We are proud to present to you ‘Sin’ featuring Jani Lane the latest video from Liberty n Justice upcoming new album ‘Hell is coming to Breakfast’…

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