UK music industry group declares climate emergency

The music industry has been called on to fight for climate change.

7/12/2019

The music industry has been called on to fight for climate change. FMTNews Radiohead FayMilton Savages

The music industry has been called on to fight for climate change.

Members of the British band ‘Savages’ posing with their ‘Albums of the Year’ trophy at the 2013 Mercury Prize awards ceremony in London. (AFPRelaxnews).

UK record labels including Sony, Decca, Polydor, Universal, Virgin EMI, Warner and Domino are supporting the campaign.

Savages drummer Fay Milton said: “It seemed like the music world had lost touch with reality, partying like there’s no tomorrow, when ‘no tomorrow’ has become the forecast.”

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