Unmissable Concept Album, ‘Aliens’, Explores The Fight Against Climate Change And Wealth Inequality Through Rap And Spoken Word

Listen To My Debut EP, ‘Aliens’, at the Links Below

Yes, this is the album cover!

I usually try to do a feature length article for A Wall Of Hope each month. Most months I manage to do one (they take a lot of time and work and effort you know all things considered!), but some months I am busy with other things and an article is not possible.

This month, I was busy releasing my debut EP, ‘Aliens’. So this short promotion article is all there is on A Wall Of Hope this month I’m afraid! (Yes I did just refer to my own EP as ‘unmissable’, but you can’t get anywhere in today’s world without a bit of shameless marketing now can you?) 😉

Aliens is a concept album through which, using the medium of spoken word/rap music, I offer my thoughts about why our world is such a mess right now, and how we might move towards a brighter future, if only we could all come together somehow.

I won’t say any more than that, as my thoughts are probably best explained through the lyrics on the EP itself! So if you’re feeling super kind and curious today, you can have a listen to Aliens on Spotify, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, or whatever your chosen platform is at the links below. Thank you so much.

Links to Aliens EP

Aliens on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/4YzvZUNDWExtJ5gO2t50Sv?si=xaT-0Li_Spasx2WSCsQVrw

Aliens on Bandcamp: https://adamcats.bandcamp.com/album/aliens

Aliens on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-891498173/sets/aliens

About the Author

Adam Millett is a freelance writer for hire who specialises in sustainability and environmental issues. He believes the economy should be circular, businesses should make the world a better place, and that effective content is the best way to spread the word about sustainability. Visit his website at wordchameleon.com if you want to bring your vision of sustainability to life.

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