Former London Souls frontman Tash Neal released “Something Ain’t Right” on Friday. Neal’s debut solo single arrived via Black Hill Records and is available now on all digital outlets.

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The single chronicles the injustice and inhumanity that prevails in society today, especially as they relate to the repeated unjustified killings of Black Americans like George FloydBreonna TaylorAhmaud Arbery, and countless others. Neal’s powerful lyrics and impassioned vocal work transmits his emotion clearly to the listener throughout the song’s 4:26 runtime. A backdrop of agitated guitars, fusion-funk bass, fevered percussion, squiggly synths, and even the sound of gunshots combine and create the groundwork for his focused callout of the corruption and tyranny that has held Black Americans back for centuries.

“I wanted it to be as fun and exciting as possible, because I was like, ‘I’m not going to play a f*cking slow song—that’s not resistance,'” said Neal in a press release.

He continued, “The key to blackness and why we’re still here is because we still maintain joy through the pain. We can still kick a groove after being dehumanized. We don’t need to be sad. We can fight.”

Check out the lyric video for “Something Ain’t Right” below and click here for additional listening options.

Tash Neal – “Something Ain’t Right” [Lyric Video]

[Video: Tash Neal]