X Ambassadors Release New Song “Hoping” to Benefit ACLU
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After a sold out performance at The Roxy in Los Angeles earlier last week to benefit Planned Parenthood, platinum selling rock band X Ambassadors release new song “Hoping” today to benefit the ACLU.
After a sold out performance at The Roxy in Los Angeles earlier last week to benefit Planned Parenthood, platinum selling rock band X Ambassadors release new song “Hoping” today to benefit the ACLU. Proceeds generated from digital sales and streams of “Hoping” in the U.S. for a period of six months will benefit the ACLU, an organization X Ambassadors have been extremely supportive of throughout their career.
“’Hoping’ is a song for everyone currently living in fear,” says X Ambassadors lead singer Sam Harris. “We proudly support the efforts of the ACLU, an organization which combats hatred and prejudice in this country. We will continue to fight against sexism, racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, homophobia, xenophobia, and the pervasive intolerance being encouraged under our current administration. As long as there are those of us who suffer and experience injustice in this world, we will continue to use our music and our voices to speak up. Our resistance is one of love and hope.”
X Ambassadors released their debut full length album VHS (KIDinaKORNER/Interscope) in June 2015, where it debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and has since been certified gold by the RIAA. The set was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Alex Da Kid and features the platinum selling singles “Renegades” and “Unsteady”. X Ambassadors and Tom Morello teamed up for the song “Collider” which appears on VHS 2.0, the deluxe edition of VHS released last summer. “Collider” was ESPN and ABC’s 2016 Road to the College Football Playoff Theme Song.