Bruce Parry, star of BBC's ‘Tribe’, teamed up with some of music’s biggest names for a fundraising album for Survival International.
Survival International is a leading human rights organisation for tribal peoples. The album launch coincided with Bruce's BBC documentary 'Amazon'.
Charity work is something that's always close to Aspire's heart. We jumped at the chance to help on this project when asked by Molly Oldfield.
Survival helps tribal peoples defend their lives, protect their lands and determine their own futures.
The idea was to create an album inspired by tribal people and with all the profit going to Survival International.
Musicians involved with the project include: KT Tunstall, will.i.am (Black Eyed Peas), Johnny Borrell (Razorlight), Tom Baxter, Mystery Jets, Jason Mraz, Yusuf Islam, Hot Chip, the Go! Team, Mike Oldfield and Apparatjik whose track was also used for the end credits of ‘Amazon’.
Aspire designed all the artwork and helped Kensaltown Records promote the album online.
The album artwork was designed for two disc packaging, manufactured from materials with a low carbon footprint. The packaging is one of the most environmentally friendly currently available. All albums were made in the UK.
Aspire had a very tight deadline to meet with limited resources. Bruce kindly provided photography along with BBC photographer Christina Daniels.
Please purchase this album to help raise funds for Survival International. It can be purchased from iTunes.
Aspire did a great job for a great cause. We were really happy with the album artwork and and the hard work put in by the aspire team.