The DePatie Melt
The Song We Will Remember
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The Song We Will Remember

I'm really excited about this song, the second release from The DePatie Melt. 

The song was started by Terri Knudsen in 2019 and was a reaction to the sudden death of a 19 year old friend of ours by epilepsy. It was originally intended for us and her family and friends to help us process the grief. We brought it to Will Faeber who contributed words and music and we realized that it was uplifting and could be a good song for anyone who was going through the loss of a loved one.

My co-writers, Will Faerber, Terri Knudsen, and I have decided to donate 100 percent of the sales of this song for a time to the Epilepsy Foundation. The most direct way to support the cause is by a purchase of the download. 

Bandcamp is unique in that it gives you the option to pay what you want for the song, in case you want to make a larger contribution. When I send in the check I will also be rounding the numbers up as an acknowledgement of all the shares, likes and streams and all of your other support that doesn't directly generate (much) revenue.

You can read more about our friend or make a contribution at the Epilepsy Foundation's website.

Thank you!


About the Epilepsy Foundation

With a network of partners throughout the United States, the Epilepsy Foundation is leading the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy. The Foundation connects people to treatment, support and resources; leads advocacy efforts; funds innovative research and the training of specialists; and educates the public about epilepsy and seizure first aid. For more than five decades, the Epilepsy Foundation has shone a light on epilepsy to promote awareness and understanding, and to advocate for laws that matter to people with epilepsy, while also funding epilepsy research and supporting epilepsy investigators and specialists in their early careers. In partnership with the CDC, the Epilepsy Foundation has helped to improve access to care for people with epilepsy, expanded its digital reach and online resources in homes across the country, and trained more than 600,000 people in seizure recognition and first aid. The Epilepsy Foundation continues to focus on serving the epilepsy community through advocacy, education, direct services and research for new therapies.