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Song For Japan - Gabby Young and Other Animals

Posted on May 18 2011

Earlier this year British band and Beyond Retro favourite Gabby Young and Other Animals visited Japan on their world tour, where lead singer Gabby Young fell in love with both the country and its people who greeted her with great warmth and hospitality. A few weeks later on the same tour she was performing at SXSW in America when she heard the dreadful news of the earthquake and tsunami. Feeling a need to help, she immediately started organising the recording of a 'Song for Japan', encouraging her friends and family from all over the world, both professional singers and amateurs, to record their own contributions. Culminating in a recording session once she returned to the UK, the final song, a reworking of the title track from Gabby's album 'We're all in this together', has now been finished, featuring the talents of Gabby Young, Stephen Ellis of Revere, Tallulah Rendall, Kate Sikora and Kai Altair. The beautiful artwork was created by New York artist Katelan Van Foisy. The song is available now on iTunes and Amazon. Please go and buy it NOW! All proceeds will be going to relief efforts in Japan. Check out the teaser for the song below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIPiWm8l2Is
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