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Tuesday 14th March 2017

Australia's The Updraft Imperative to release "Luna" single

AUSTRALIAN rock band The Updraft Imperative have released a single about human trafficking. Said singer Josh Kerr, "As a band we support a charity in Nepal that rescues young girls from being trafficked into the sex trade. I have been lucky enough to visit Nepal and witness first-hand the work that the charity does. My family sponsored a girl, Juna (meaning moon) following a visit to Nepal in 2011. At the time of writing the song, Juna had gone missing and it was feared her parents had taken her to India. The song captures some of the frustration, concern and anger that I felt at the time of her disappearance." The song was recorded and produced by James North and will be released on 28th March. CR

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