Tomorrow - Single (A Better You, a Better Me)
Release on 09/16/2016
This powerful and uplifting song, to be released on World Peace Day, is to bring awareness for the refugees and could easily be a mantra of hope for us all. It was inspired by the work done by the UNHCR.
?Tomorrow (A Better You, a Better Me)? has a strong message with a hidden sinister side too. Some of the rhythm track has been made up by using actual gunshots and explosions from the Syrian conflict, and interviews with orphaned refugee children have been mixed in.
This track was produced by John Aram, featuring the incredible Jacob Collier and American-Zambian artist Rootwords, accompanied by young children from the International School of Geneva.
The International School of Geneva is considered to be the oldest International school in the world set up in 1924 by the League of Nations. With 140 nationalities and 80 mother tongues this is one of the most diverse schools in the world. "We exist to educate for peace and to inculcate strong humanitarian values of inclusiveness, respect and inter-cultural understanding in everything we do."