Press Release

AWC partners with KPM Music to deliver an album of Earth Songs

02 Nov. 2021
Sally Gray/AWC

KPM Music, a global leader in the production music industry, has teamed up with Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) to help content creators inspire audiences and reinforce conservation messages through music with the release of the album, ‘Earth Songs’ on the Castle Music label.

 

KPM Music will kindly donate a share of royalties earned from Earth Songs to AWC.
KPM Music will kindly donate a share of royalties earned from Earth Songs to AWC.

 

Aligned with Sony’s core values and #roadtozero, KPM Music will donate a share of royalties earned from the album to AWC, Australia’s largest private (non-profit) conservation organisation, with the mission of protecting all Australian animal species and the habitats in which they live.

The 12-track album ‘Earth Songs’ features songs by the famed writer duo of Michael Edwards (Game of Thrones, Whale Rider) and Christian Tschuggnall (The Cinematic Orchestra, Ólafur Arnalds), Emmy award winning producer Sean Carey (Motown Magic, Beat Bugs) and the rising talents of Dominic Cabusi and Bronte O’Neill (or ‘Maari’), who recently scored the Australian fantasy film ‘The Legend of The Five’.

 

Earth Songs helps creators inspire audiences and reinforce conservation messages through music with the release of the album. Image captured at Brooklyn Wildlife Sanctuary. Wayne Lawler/AWC
Earth Songs helps creators inspire audiences and reinforce conservation messages through music with the release of the album. Image captured at Brooklyn Wildlife Sanctuary.

 

‘Earth Songs’ is now available worldwide via Australian label Castle Music on the KPM Music website and is ready to be licensed for use in creative content such as online media, film, television, advertising and radio. For more information, contact australia@kpmmusic.com

To stream, download and inspire audiences with Earth Songs, click here.

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