VIDEO: Comox Valley duo pens song, creates video to send an uplifting message during COVID-19 pandemic

Easy Street’s ‘We’re All in this Together’ features photos and video clips from around the world

Annie Handley and Dave Devindisch – a.k.a. Comox Valley musical duo, Easy Street – have drawn inspiration from all the acts of humanity they have seen in person and on social media, and created a video, as a tribute to everyone who is working to flatten the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The video, We’re All In This Together, features an original song written by Easy Street.

“We started this project by writing a song to help spread a positive message and let people know that ‘we’re all in this together,’” reads a statement on the Easy Street Facebook page. “While we were trying to piece together a video, we were overwhelmed with support from people all over the world. We made a lot of new friends, and saw how bright humanity can shine. Thank you to everyone for your inspiration!”

“Together, we’re all in this together,

We’ll face this all as one,

And hold on until it’s done.”

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