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NEW SINGLE 'BE THE LOVE YOU ARE' SET FOR RELEASE 19TH JULY 2024

MUSIC

WORLD GOES ROUND
THE ALBUM - OUT NOW

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AS HEARD ON

'THE ROCK SHOW WITH JOHNNIE WALKER'

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NEW SINGLE SET FOR RELEASE 19TH JULY 2024

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World Goes Round are back with new music! "Be The Love You Are" is the first track from their hotly anticipated upcoming album. This is an uplifting and inspirational track which aims to showcase the undeniable power of love and its ability to bring people together. No matter who you are, or who you love, love is what makes the World Goes Round.

The song reminds us that love is not only fabulous and miraculous, but also essential for our survival. "Be The Love You Are" seeks to inspire individuals to fully embrace the power of love and recognize its impact on all of our lives. Through the mesmerizing melodies and heartfelt lyrics, listeners are encouraged to tap into the indescribable love that resides within them and share it with the world. 

 

Much like Fleetwood Mac and The Eurythmics, love was quite literally at the core of World Goes Round’s makeup. Frank and Elizabeth’s relationship saw them turn into a creative force to be reckoned with, writing Brian May of Queen’s hit single ‘Too Much Love Will Kill You’, leading to an Ivor Novello Award in the UK for ‘Best Song Musically and Lyrically’. Here, Frank and Elizabeth sing the powerful words of the band’s latest musical offering, their vocals effortlessly intertwining.

LONDON COMMUNITIES BIRDBOX PROJECT
WGR X GREEN TWEED ECO COLLAB

Tom Rawson, a dedicated Scottish primary school teacher and the founder of the environmental business GreenTweed Eco, has donated 250 birdboxes to the Conservation Volunteers for placement around London. This philanthropic initiative, known as Tom's London Communities Birdbox Project, aims to distribute the birdboxes to community groups, schools, and individuals in preparation for the Spring 2024 nesting season.

The bespoke birdboxes are specifically designed to offer safe nesting spaces for red-listed species such as sparrows. Tom Rawson, the visionary behind the project, emphasized the significance of bringing nature back into focus in the capital: "As our capital city, London is the ideal place to put Nature back into the eyeline of the nation. Bird numbers are declining across the country, but the London Communities Birdbox Project offers the opportunity to help out locally imperiled species. I am delighted to have had the support of World Goes Round to deliver this fun and exciting project."

Spring 2024

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A LETTER FROM UKRAINE

Our video for 'Please Please' used footage of children and refugees from around the world, including those from the Voices of Children Foundation, who wrote us this letter...

2023

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