FLOOD Collaborates with Local Natives, Rain Phoenix, and Grace Mitchell for “Playlists For Earth” Campaign
Brian Eno, Coldplay, Alt-J, and many others also contributed playlists to ClientEarth’s campaign driving awareness on the urgency for action on climate change.
A couple years back we devoted an entire print issue of FLOOD to the climate crisis, highlighting the voices of musicians, actors, and artists at the forefront of the movement to right the ecological wrongs done by mankind that have dramatically escalated in modern times. Well, two years and a new presidential administration later and, unsurprisingly, not much has changed. That’s why more artists are banding together to raise awareness via the “Playlists for Earth” series—launched today by ClientEarth, the campaign features curated playlists by the likes of Coldplay, Brian Eno, Anna Calvi, alt-J, Francisca Valenzuela, and Tom Misch, with each song title on their individual playlists poetically spelling out a powerful message regarding the climate crisis.
FLOOD was also asked to contribute to the project, so we created our own playlist with the help of our friends Rain Phoenix, Local Natives, and Grace Mitchell. Check out the “Playlists for Earth” site to catch up to speed on the campaign, and listen (and read) along to FLOOD’s contribution below.
Pretty Please / Unfucktheworld/ Save Yourself / America / Just / Don’t Give Up / Breathing / Blue Planet / End / Earth Crisis / POWER / Money / Slip Sliding Away / After the Gold Rush / Wake The World / Before / It’s Too Late / Getting Scared / Tried to Tell You / The Melting of the Sun / Please Don’t Fuck Up My World / What A Wonderful World