Clues for 20th Single of 2019
Sat., Nov. 9. 2019 12:10pm EST
We plan to release our 20th single of 2019 by the end of this weekend, Lord willing. Here are some clues to help you deduce the identifies of the artists we've spoofed:
Peter's prison break in Acts 12 wasn't the crazy cinematic kind with files inside cakes, explosives in walls, or tunnels down underground. That's overkill when God is sending an angel to release you. He'd done it before, in Acts 5, so it probably seemed like business as usual to Peter. It's a mistake to assume that'll happen every time, but the truth will set you free.
Was Ezekiel an earthling visited by low-flying UFOs on some fantastic voyage across the universe? What in the world was it he saw? Despite certain folks loving the alien theory, the reality is those four-faced creatures that looked like scary monsters were angelic beings. Let's not dance around the truth; the outside world thinks we're kooks either way.
Once the new single is released, we'll announce it on our website and Facebook.
We currently have 137 other sets of downloads available for a donation of any size, including our previous release, "You're All Like Troglodytes" and "Trilobite Love," featuring parodies of The Cars.
To get any of these projects, go to http://apologetix.com/store/singles.store.php#singles and select the download you want for whatever amount you wish to donate.