To all rock genre fans out there Guwahati based award-winning activist music act Rain in Sahara has just dropped their highly anticipated second single You Think Our Future Is a Joke on February 21, 2020. The song aims to inspire each one of us to wake up and act against the biggest crisis of our lifetime — the climate emergency.
With spine-tingling lyrics by Rain Jong, continuous banger rap beats by Lain Heringman (which if you listen carefully would ignite the soul of anyone who cares for the nature) and the dark and gloomy vibe of the entire song, one has to take a step back and think deep about the disastrous path that the planet is on. So what can we do? Do we just keep raising questions and sit tight or take take things upon ourselves and act?
The video is already up on their YouTube channel to which the link is given below. But for the die-hard music fans out there, the band will also perform live at an event in Guwahati at Urban Mantra, Zoo Road.
Along with the video release, the event also aims to bring passionate people from around the city together who are keen to tackle a wide variety of issues and challenges facing the city, spark new ideas, collaborations, energize each other, amplify impact, and even share their work from the stage.
Their debut single “Black Water” focused on the issues of corruption, income inequality, and environmental degradation. It received a lot of critical acclaim, picked up several international awards and was even premiered in the USA.
Rain in Sahara – as a socially conscious activist act – is highly focused on the climate and ecological emergency and works closely with international organizations such as Transparency International, Fridays For Future, and Extinction Rebellion to leverage and catalyze action and change through music. The band tries to resonate with the huge number of young people who are aligning together across the globe to work on issues related to the climate and ecological emergency.
Rain in Sahara has performed internationally and alongside globally renowned artists such as American hip-hop legend Mos Def, Switchfoot, Poets of the Fall, African reggae star Nasseman, and Malawian singer-songwriter Faith Mussa.
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