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Dustbowl Revival Releases “Be (For July)” Song & Video

Inspirational Triumph In Dustbowl Revival’s “Be (For July)”

You would never imagine the most beautiful day of your life becoming the beginning of your deepest trauma, yet that is what happened when Dustbowl Revival leader Z. Lupetin brought his wife Taylor to the hospital to give birth to their daughter, July, this past January. That experience and subsequent events are what inspired Lupetin to complete and share Dustbowl Revival’s most intimate and personal song to date, “Be (For July).”

Verses unfurled over days, weeks. Lupetin dreamed of his daughter becoming a great pianist, singing along to Billie Holiday. “I also thought about the place that is most special for my wife and I—Yosemite National Park—and the last time we went, when we were still trying to bring the baby into being.” The recovering family went back with their little one in early summer to shoot footage for this video. Watch the moving new video below.

Dustbowl Revival share “Be (For July)” to raise awareness of aHUS and inspire those struggling with their own hidden conditions to never give up.

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