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Following on from their successful tour of the UK, Nine Lies are now setting their sights firmly on raising money for a charity they strongly believe in and support. The band is releasing a charity single for the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution), to raise not only money for the charity, but also awareness of the lifesaving work they do in our own waters off of Britain and Ireland. Richly recorded, and wildly evocative of the rigours faced by the volunteer lifeboat crews on a daily basis, this track is at once both exciting and thought provoking. Storming guitars, heavy bass and emotional vocals – this track hooks you and reels you into its core message – you are not alone – the lifeboats will come, and her crew will save you!
Coupled with its video, the track takes on a whole new life, visually throwing the viewer from side to side with the heavy swells on the sea, giving the viewer a ride in the wheelhouse of the lifeboat, and fully engaging the viewer in real life rescues. The final shot of the RNLI patch is one of the most powerful and emotional shots in the video.
Patrick Harvey, Cox of the RNLI Penlee Lifeboat had this to say about the single: “Its fantastic that Nine Lies are doing this for us, it really means a lot to us that they want to show the world what we do, and the single and video capture the drama, and difficulties both the Lifeboat crews and those we rescue face out at sea.”
“We like it, it’s a well written song. It’s got an old school soft rock sound, and is pretty catchy, I hope it does well “ Emma Scott (Emma Scott Presents) The single will be officially launched on 1st December 2012, and will go on general release on 3rd December 2012. It will be available in all major online retailers, and will comprise of the track tragedy and the video of the track
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