Kickstarter is becoming a very popular way to connect musicians and fans directly, as contributions from fans alone can aid a band in producing and distributing their music independently. Now, The Protest are using it to help put out their next record. After their last tour, the band began writing the new project, working with The Letter Black’s Mark Anthony, in Pennsylvania. They’ve even come off the road to devote exclusive time to the effort. On Nov. 1,  they launched their Kickstarter to help fund the time.

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