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Published on Nov 17, 2015
Chris While and Julie Matthews release a song which gives a hard hitting and compassionate view on the current refugee crisis taking place across Western Europe.
All the proceeds from this song are going to the charity MOAS (Migrant Offshore Aid Station, www.moas.eu) a registered Foundation dedicated to preventing loss of life at sea.
The single can be downloaded at circuitsounds.uk
MOAS provide professional search and rescue assistance to people who find themselves in distress on high sea or trapped on unsafe vessels.
Chris and Julie are joined on this track by acclaimed singer Christine Collister, Ken Nicol (Steeleye Span, Albion Band, Al Stewart) on guitars, Australian Liz Frencham on double bass and Neil Marshall (Albion Band) on drums.
WARNING: This contains disturbing images. It is a compilation of clips, intended to illustrate various aspects of the desperate situations thousands of people are finding themselves in and to evoke thought and raise general awareness. It is not intended as a documentary or news report or to relate to any one specific crisis, country, religion or group of people.