The acclaimed new documentary "How To Survive A Plague" has been moving audiences nationwide since its release this fall.
The film, which surveys the groundbreaking work of HIV/AIDS coalitions ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Action Group) in the 1980s, also features a poignant soundtrack written and performed by Superhuman Happiness, which you can sample in this exclusive new clip.
"These are scenes from the protests that ACT Up staged -- actions that resulted in saving millions of lives and changing our nations approach to drug research and treatment, not only for HIV/AIDS, but for other illness' as well," Superhuman Happiness' Stuart Bogie (also known as part of Antibalas and as a collaborator with TV on the Radio and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs) said in an email. "It is a slow waltz, that was written to reflect the dire circumstances, the fragility of life, and the tenderness of the home treatment."
Proceeds from the soundtrack album's sales will benefit the Student Global AIDS Campaign.