1001 Instruments


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    Will We Break the World?
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    How Would It Feel?
1001 instruments is an alternative rock/pop band founded in Devon, England. Every song they release supports a different social cause and they donate everything they make to charities that are working to make the world a brighter and safer place.
Their first single, Smile, was released in September 2019 in support of the charity Operation Smile. The band successfully raised enough money to pay for a life changing surgery for a child with a cleft condition. The band were featured and interviewed on Sarah Gosling's BBC Radio Devon show and were interviewed and played on the David Fitzgerald show with Toby Buckland. "We're hugely thankful to the BBC for the support they've shown for our music and the charities we support." said Nick Cheshire, founder of the band.
Their forthcoming single, Will We Break The World? is set for release on 28 March and is raising awareness and funds in the fight against climate change. It's the first single from their Little Free Trees EP, which is set for release in June. All proceeds from the song and the EP will be donated to the charity, Little Free Trees, who are giving away thousands of little tree saplings to people across the UK.
The dream pop feeling of the song resonates with thoughtful lyrics that address a topic many of us have front and centre in our minds right now, namely, the current state of the planet.
Genre: alternative, indie, dream pop.
Similar bands and influences: Ride, Slowdive, The Boo Radleys, Oasis, Mazzy Star.


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