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Razorlight Uses Solar Studio To Record New Free Song

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Musical group Razorlight has recorded an exclusive new song for Friends of the Earth’s climate campaign “The Big Ask”. After watching An Inconvenient Truth last summer, the band was inspired to participate in fighting climate change. Their first move was to record their new track at Europe’s first solar powered studio, The Premises.

Johnny Borrell, the lead singer for Razorlight said the process was easy and a great start for any musician looking for ways to help. He was especially adamant about encouraging the UK government to pass tighter laws on battling global warming. From the site,

“‘A strong climate change law will force the Government to make it easier and cheaper for everyone to make the most of solar energy,’ he said. ‘And the many other climate change solutions which are out there.'”

Friends of the Earth and Razorlight are offering the song for free to download. Unfortunately, you have to jump through hoops to get it (which would be fun if literal) and must divulge a whole bunch of info. If you’re still interested, however, hit The Big Ask here.

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