Ed Sheeran, Stormzy and Charli XCX are among the performers backing the relaunched Adore Music Hate Racism advertising campaign.
Coldplay, Lianne La Havas, Royal Blood and Kwabs are also supporting the advertising campaign, which is a continuation of the well-known Rock Against Racism advertising campaign from the ’70s.
Love Audio Hate Racism’s Zak Cochrane said of the relaunched advertising campaign: “There is a proud background of musicians standing up to be able to racism from the likes regarding Steel Pulse and The Battle performing at Rock In opposition to Racism gigs in the 1970’s to bands such as The Libertines and Roll Deep enjoying at Love Music Dislike Racism events in the early on 2000s. ” Check Ed Sheeran Shape of you sheet music page.
He continuing: “LMHR and RAR weren’t just about big bands and large concerts though. They were concerning musicians and fans centralizing in a grass roots movements. We are delighted that these performers are working with us to bring this specific campaign to life.
“I expect it will inspire millions of people once again to put on their own gigs and also spread the message throughout the globe that racism only tries to divide communities, whilst music brings us together. It truly is in all our interest to like music and hate racism. ”
Love Music Dislike Racism is encouraging visitors to attend the March In opposition to Racism in London this Sunday (March 18). Further information is available on the website.
In the meantime, check out a number of the artists in their Love Audio Hate Racism T-shirts under.