Midlands rock band Theia just got serious. They have released new single ‘Just Go’ in aid of the charities RapeCrisis & Rock Against Child Pornography and Abuse (RACPA).
Based around the subject of date rape, but using the hashtag #metoo it seeks to further raise awareness of the whole issue of sexual abuse. Demonstrating such incidents are nothing sadly new it was revealed that Theia frontman Kyle Lamley adapted lyrics from a song his own father wrote 35 years ago, based on an incident he had been told about.
While this is the season of festive cheer, it will not be a time of happiness for everyone. Consequently Theia are looking towards raise funds to help the selected charities by way of a digital download of the single being available. 100% of all sales proceeds from now until 28th February 2018 will be split equally between RapeCrisis and RACPA.
RACPA made the comment: “It is important, right and courageous to take these issues on and support and empower women, men, children to say ‘No’”.
The single is available on i-tunes at https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/just-go/1246227536?i=1246227818
Theia have released an accompanying lyric video that also uses public testimonies from victims. You can view it at Ramzine here.