The Glove of Bones is very pleased to have a track include in the 110 track various artists compilation from digitalDIZZY produced to raise funds for the Refugee’s Welcome organisation. There is a nasty isolationist attitude in the general political atmosphere in the UK and its commendable that creative/arts organisations spread the word of tolerance and charity that is often missing from the broader culture.
A Warmer Welcome is a benefit release for #refugees welcome
In times of crises, British people have always answered the call and banded together with other friendly nations to speak out, send aid and provide refuge.
Along with local groups and national organisations, we’re ready to respond to this crises; welcoming refugees from abroad and encouraging our political leaders to do more.
We’re ready to welcome people fleeing from violence and persecution.
We’re ready to find homes, help children to settle and bring Civil Society together.
We’re ready to answer the call once again.
Compiled by Ruby & Lamorna for digitalDIZZY | Feb 2016
Artwork | Pamela Caughey
released February 15, 2016
Please listen, purchase & share. The music on offer here is cutting edge from hugely committed independent artists.
A huge thanks to Ruby Black for previous support of the Glove of Bones and for bringing this great project together.
Reblogged this on adrian4 and commented:
The Glove of Bones, for which I can’t deny substantial complicity, has been included in this pretty amazing release. 110 artists and hours & hours of incredible original independent music. Quite an incredible bringing together by the digitalDIZZY net label. Please take a few minutes to have a look and listen, its an admirable cause given the dubious positions of most Western Governments.