In response to the rise in antisemitism, Barbra Streisand releases her first new song in six years.

In her first new song in six years, Barbra Streisand states that her goal is to raise awareness of the current “rise in antisemitism around the world today.”

The recently bestselling author, who is eighty-two years old and originally from Brooklyn, released “Love Will Survive” on Thursday.

Hans Zimmer, Kara Talve, and Walter Afanasieff collaborated on the melancholic ballad, which is the final title track for the upcoming Peacock series “The Tattooist of Auschwitz.” This is Streisand’s very first TV series recording.

The streamer claims that the scripted drama, which is based on the same-titled Holocaust novel published in 2018, draws inspiration from the true account of a Jewish man from Slovakia who was sent to the biggest Nazi death camp and was made to tattoo his identification number on the arms of newly arrived prisoners. He develops an unbreakable bond with a fellow prisoner during his struggle for survival and discovers that love can exist even in the most horrifying of settings.

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