It has been quite a 24 hours for the United States. After one of the most contentious elections in the country’s history, Donald Trump will be inducted as the new president of the United States this January.
And, unsurprisingly, musicians in the scene have reacted in a big way.
Keith Buckley, Every Time I Die
if you're upset right now, know that you are standing hand in hand with the greatest artists, intellects and people this world has to offer
— keith buckley (@deathoftheparty) November 9, 2016
Dan Campbell, The Wonder Years
I'm heartbroken and I'm sorry. The only thing to do is go to work because the problem is bigger and deeper than I ever imagined. I love you.
— Dan Campbell (@headabovewater) November 9, 2016
Laura Jane Grace, Against Me!
What the actual fuck?
— Laura Jane Grace (@LauraJaneGrace) November 9, 2016
Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low
We'll be ok.
— Alexander William (@AlexAllTimeLow) November 9, 2016
Devin Oliver, I See Stars
We need to continue to spread positivity, love, and unification. We will be okay.
— Devin Oliver (@devinoliver) November 9, 2016
We must stand strong together.
— anthony green (@AnthonyGreen) November 9, 2016
John Gomez, The Summer Set
it is now up to all of us to pull together, the state of the world is not one to be left to emotional intricacies
— go vote today! (@johngmz) November 9, 2016
Stephen Gomez, The Summer Set
— Stephen Gomez (@stephen_james) November 9, 2016
Lynn Gunn, PVRIS
Use your anger, use your tears, use your fire & use the support from those around you as a fuel to power on.
— LANEGŌØN (@LYNNGVNN) November 9, 2016
Nick Ghanbarian, Bayside
Tomorrow the lovers must turn into fighters
— Nick Ghanbarian (@nickbayside) November 9, 2016