Every song we release supports a different social cause and everything we make is donated to charities striving to make the world a little brighter, safer and happier.
Our first single, Smile, was released in summer 2019 in aid of a brilliant charity called Operation Smile. They have a team of volunteer doctors that travel around the world conducting surgeries for children with cleft conditions. Thanks to your support, we were able to donate enough to pay for a child to receive one of these life changing surgeries.
WILL WE BREAK THE WORLD?
To help look after this little planet we're spinning around on, we'll be planting a tree for every stream and download of our new single, Will We Break the World? in partnership with littlefreetrees.org, a non-profit organisation we've set up to give away and plant thousands of trees across the country. Will We Break the World? is the first single from our Little Free Trees EP, which is set for release on 28 June 2020.
LITTLE FREE TREES EP
Little Free Trees is a non-profit organisation that gives away tree saplings to people across the UK, as well as arranging larger scale planting events and providing education around tree planting and biodiversity.
The goal is big! We want to give away and plant 2,000,000 trees over the next few years to help, in a small way, to combat the growing effects of climate change on our planet.
On 28 June we'll be releasing the Little Free Trees EP and everything we make will go towards planting trees.
We've also secured a small amount of grant funding to get us started and are planning several tree give away events later in the year in towns and cites around the UK.
To keep up with our events and follow our progress, head over to our Facebook page. Thanks for your support!
DOWNLOAD & DONATE
All proceeds will be donated to littlefreetrees.org.
You can also listen to Will We Break the World? on Spotify.
The world is going through an incredibly challenging time right now. We wrote this song a few months ago, but its relevance is perhaps more vivid now than it was then.
Despite the title, it's absolutely a song of hope. On 9th November (we hope) world leaders and climate scientists from around the world will converge on the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow for the most important opportunity to make a change to our world in human history.
If we look after our world, our world will look after us. Stay safe everyone.