http://popcrush.com/jill-stein-band-somebodys-sister-american-dream/...back in the ’90s, she elected HERSELF as one half of a starry-eyed folk rock duo that would’ve made Lilith Fair’s booking team blush with secondhand embarrassment.

As Somebody’s Sister, Stein and bandmate Ken Selcer made four albums full of songs that often espouse the left-leaning (and above all, vague) political ideals reflected in her (more specific, though questionably-actionable) platform....

...Somebody’s Sister expanded to a quartet on the Green Sky EP, on which bongos and conga drums abound (Stein’s Wikipedia page, which originally alerted me to the existence Somebody’s Sister, claims that Stein plays the conga and djembe drums which is exceedingly easy to imagine)...

...Despite this shift, Stein still seems to be singing the same song, resting comfortably in untested ideals, seemingly unmoored from and unbothered by what might befall certain sections of the population should Trump become Commander in Chief. But at least she’s no longer backed by bongos.

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