Animated music video for “All the People” ties the charity’s purpose to their song’s release
Agoura Hills, Calif. – October 22, 2012 – Australian rock band Circle has worked directly with The Fender Music Foundation to use the band’s music to further the nonprofit’s mission – to strengthen the future of music. Circle has created a visual masterpiece to showcase this partnership and joint vision.
The Fender Music Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides instruments to music education programs, including schools, community programs and music therapy programs that give more people the opportunity to make music. Bands often reach out to the organization to collaborate on projects, but Circle’s video stands out as a work of art.
“’All the People’ is a tale of growth and revival through loss,” says band member Radi Safi. “When we find ourselves lost in a world consumed by fear and inhibition, sometimes it takes breaking away and making something beautiful with like minded people to remind us of the power within, the power of coming together and – in this case – the power of music!”
To join this international movement in support of music education, watch and share the video:
To learn the story behind the video, visit Circle’s website: http://ilovecircle.com/fender-music-foundation.
Visit Circle on ReverbNation to buy the song, and the band will donate $0.56 of each download to The Fender Music Foundation: