Passenger To Donate All Profits On New Album To UNICEF
March 25, 2015 at 2:29 PM (PT)
PASSENGER will donate 100% of the profits of his brand-new album to a UNICEF campaign aiming to lower child mortality rates in LIBERIA.
The SONY/ATV MUSIC PUBLISHER singer-songwriter, signed for the world outside AUSTRALIA, will release "Whispers II" on APRIL 20th via his own BLACK CROW RECORDS label through NETTWERK. It will come out as an accompaniment album to his 2014 studio set, "Whispers" and feature 10 original songs and six special acoustic recordings.
PASSENGER, whose real name is MICHAEL ROSENBERG, said: “It’s so exciting to be able to work with UNICEF on such an important campaign. Money raised from these sales will go directly towards food and supplements to help bring severely malnourished kids back to health, facility upgrades and maintenance, education and training for health workers in the region.”
"Whispers II" can now be pre-ordered from www.passengermusic.com and is available as a limited edition deluxe CD, limited edition CD boxed set, deluxe digital, digital and coming soon as a limited edition deluxe vinyl and vinyl boxed set.
For more information about the campaign visit http://www.unicef.org.uk.