Billie Eilish and Peter Gabriel and a number of musicians have appeared in a brand new video by a brand new music coalition to deal with gun violence.
Artist For Motion To Stop Gun Violence, which additionally options Sheryl Crow and Nile Rodgers, describes itself as a “non-political” organisation which asks People to volunteer and vote to eradicate gun violence within the nation. The artists pledged themselves to the trigger earlier this month.
“As a lot as I like the US, I’m all the time appalled on the ease with which anybody can get a weapon,” Gabriel says within the video.
The organisation is led by musician Mark Barden, whose son was one of many 26 individuals murdered within the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary college taking pictures.
Barden additionally seems within the video and says: “Our mission, at Artists For Motion is to construct a coalition of musicians, artists, athletes, influencers of all types, to return collectively for the frequent reason behind stopping gun violence.”
Numerous different artists who’re a part of the coalition are then proven pledging themselves to the trigger.
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The coalition shall be placing on a live performance in December to have fun the discharge of the movie that instantly led to its creation, A Father’s Promise, in addition to one subsequent summer time at Central Park SummerStage round Gun Violence Consciousness Month.
Elsewhere, Eilish not too long ago introduced her ‘Overheated’ local weather change convention again to London for a day of panels and discussions.
This was the second time Eilish and her collaborators have hosted Overheated within the capital, after the platform debuted through the singer’s run of exhibits at The O2 in June 2022 – a transfer that noticed one of many world’s hottest indoor live performance venues go vegan through the artist’s residency.