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Solidarity in Sound: A Compilation to Benefit the ACLU IS OUT NOW!

Know Hope Records is proud to bring you “Solidarity in Sound: A Compilation to Benefit the ACLU,” available NOW via the Know Hope Records Bandcamp page.

The entirety of the proceeds from “Solidarity in Sound” are being donated to the American Civil Liberties Union. For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States. “Solidarity in Sound: A Compilation to Benefit the ACLU” is available for whatever you want to pay…it’s a donation to help the ACLU fight for the people who need help.

Track Listing:

Mosey – So They Say
Promise of Redemption – Faster
selfhelpme – Call Me On My Way
The Phoenix Within – L.U.C.A.
O S O – Black & Blue
Triangle Shirt Factory – Thaw Me Out
Chris Newhard – Start Again
Brett Newski – Lilly
Candy Hearts – I Want To Hate You
The End of America – New Drugs
Saver – Colder
Filmspeed – Voices
Pete Hill Band – Lay Low
Foeverinmotion – Flesh, Blood, Bone
Commonwealth Choir – Dark Times
James A.M. Downes – Prison Font
Fundamentals – Pennies
The GoAround – Open
Chris Schulz & The Barren Pines – Breathe
Boomtown Crooks – Fubar
Shane Henderson & The Future Perfect – Control
Mark Rose – Love Means Everything

Thank you all of the bands, producers, engineers and everyone else who donated their efforts, skills and time to make this happen. We hope that you enjoy this compilation, and continue fight the good fight with us.

A message from Know Hope Records:

Dear Friends,

Know Hope Records was started by Shawn and JD in late 2015 because of our shared passion for music, art, friendship and community. Roughly a year and a half later, those commonalities have only strengthened. All of us at KHR love what we do, and a huge part of that is being able to be part of a community that not only shares our passion for music and the arts, but also is one of inclusiveness and acceptance. The shared passion, inclusiveness, acceptance, social responsibility, etc. of the music community has had a significant impact on our lives, and we are all proud members of this great community.

Many bands, artists, labels, etc. have stood up and fought for the inclusiveness, acceptance, and social responsibility that our community stands for by donating the proceeds of their music, merch, and shows to amazing organizations who fight on behalf of the people that are being affected during these trying times. Know Hope Records is proud to join that fight.

Today (March 31, 2017), we are releasing “Solidarity in Sound: A Compilation to Benefit the ACLU.” This compilation album features songs from 22 different artists/bands, including almost all of the KHR roster, as well as many friends. It will be released exclusively on the Know Hope Records Bandcamp page for “Pay-What-You-Want,” and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the ACLU. Many of the songs are either brand new or previously unreleased._

“Solidarity in Sound: A Compilation to Benefit the ACLU” will be available on March 31, 2017. We hope you’ll join us in this fight by enjoying this compilation.

http://www.knowhoperecords.com/

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