Photo of Delta Rae by Jon Weiner

North Carolina six-piece Delta Rae have shared a short but powerful song titled "All Good People."

The two-minute track, according to vocalist Brittany Holljes, is "in response to violence perpetrated against black people in America." It arrives less than 24 hours after Wednesday's horrific, hate-inspired shooting in Charleston, S.C., which resulted in the deaths of nine members one of the country's oldest black churches.

"Come on and raise your voice above the raging seas," the song pleads. "We can't hold our breath forever when our brothers cannot breathe."

Listen to "All Good People" below.