The Vegan Songstress Releases New Track, ‘All of The Animals’ 

Jennifer Faust The Vegan Songstress is making music to help animals and spread the vegan message


Irish singer-songwriter Jennifer Faust, AKA, The Vegan Songstress has just released her first vegan-related track, ‘All of The Animals’. The song has a powerful vegan and animal rights message with a language twist at the end of the song.


Jennifer says: “I wanted to emphasise that humans are animals, so the words are switched deliberately from ‘the animals’ to ‘us animals,’”


‘All of the Animals’ is believed to be the first vegan track to come out of Ireland from a vegan singer-songwriter who is also an animal rights activist.


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‘Catchy And Uplifting’

Jennifer describes her song writing in spiritual terms, with lyrics and melodies appearing in her head at the sound of a single note or chord.


“On the other hand,” she says, “the lyrics of ‘All of The Animals’ came to me as I made a cup of tea!”


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Jennifer says she can best express herself through art. “I’ve had a slight stammer since childhood, so I often found actually saying what I felt difficult. Art allows me to be articulate,” she says.


“Despite the serious theme, the song is melodic, catchy, and generally uplifting,” Jennifer stated. Jennifer has been a supporter of vegan philosophy since 2017.


Who Is The Vegan Songstress?

Jennifer was born in Dublin, Ireland. Brought up by her poet mother, and in a family in which her great aunt, Natalie P. Gage, was a singer raising funds for charities, her uncle was a published poet, and her father and both grandfathers were band drummers and sometime fiddle players.


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Jennifer started writing songs at the tender age of eight. Jennifer also began creating art at an early age and has a FB page called Jennifer Faust Art. In recent years, since going vegan, a great deal of her artworks have expressed themes about the human use of other animals.


You can listen to Jennifer’s song on YouTube.





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  1. Dr. Roger Yates on June 12, 2021 at 12:44 pm


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