Saturday, June 02, 2007

The Big Ask: A Strong Climate Bill (Set to music)

Johnny Borrel, lead singer of Razorlight continues his steadfast support of 'The Big Ask' campaign by Friends of the Earth.

His latest contribution is a song inspired by climate change, and now available for free to download from the Friends of the Earth website.

A new Razorlight song has been recorded by Johnny Borrell in support of The Big
Ask, Friends of the Earth climate campaign, at the UK's only solar powered
recording studio today (30 May). The song, Funeral Blues, has been recorded to
highlight the solutions to climate change which exist and which could flourish
if the Government introduces a strong climate change law [1].Funeral Blues was
recorded in Studio A at The Premises in Hoxton, East London which is powered by
18 solar panels [2]. It is available to download for free for two weeks from
Friends of the Earths website.

Johnny Said:

"I really enjoyed recording my first solar powered song - the studio made
tackling climate change easy. I'd like to see this sort of thing take off
right across the UK. That's why I support The Big Ask, Friends of the Earth's
campaign for a strong climate change law. A strong law will force the Government
to make it easier and cheaper for everyone to make the most of solar energy -
and the many other climate change solutions which are out there."


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At 4:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the two guys on the left, and the one on the right, but the second from the right is no good at all.


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