Music For Everyone – A Compilation To Benefit The ACLU, Now Available For Pre-Order
The ACLU has been in the news quite a bit since late January – and for good reason. Their team is on the ground, fighting the good fight wherever they are needed, and have seen support for their cause pour in from across the country.
Adding to what has already been a record year for them will be the addition of this new compilation – Music For Everyone – curated by Taking Back Sunday’s John Nolan. The album will be out March 30th via Collective Confusion Records and Sub City (the charity arm of Hopeless Records), and is now available for pre-order at musicforeveryone.us.
This unique compilation will feature rare or unreleased music by Taking Back Sunday, Walter Schreifels’ band Dead Heavens, The Lawrence Arms’ Brendan Kelly, Dave Hause, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Allison Weiss, Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Anti-Flag, Jared Hart, Answering Machine, and more.
During these next four years, I feel it’s going to be extremely important to support organizations that will stand up to the Trump administration… I also wanted to give artists an opportunity to express something about what’s gone on in this country over the past year and what’s coming in the next ones. I needed that for myself and wanted to connect with other people who needed it. And I wanted to take that need for self-expression and channel it into something bigger than all of us. – John Nolan
For more info about the album and for the most up-to-date list of artists, be sure to check out their website at musicforeveryone.us.