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09.10.20
Father & Son: A Duet 50 Years In The Making
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Father & Son: A Duet 50 Years In The Making

‘Father & Son’ is the latest release from Tea For The Tillerman2. The song is probably the most archetypal and beloved from the original 1970’s album, examining a theme which has invaded the emotional gaps in the lives of so many generations worldwide.  Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ 50th anniversary re-imagining of his classic album presents

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08.13.20
On The Road To Find Out
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On The Road To Find Out

August 2020 sees Yusuf / Cat Stevens release the second eagerly awaited song taken from his upcoming Tea For The Tillerman2 album.  Following the spectacularly prescient ‘Where Do The Children Play?’, we are now treated to a radical reworking of his ode to self-discovery, ‘On The Road To Find Out’. The newly re-imagined version sees

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08.06.20
Message to Lebanon
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Message to Lebanon

Like most, my heart feels broken having seen and heard the terrifying accounts of pain and devastation caused by the blast in Beirut this week. Similar to the pandemic that at present is sweeping through the world, the horrendous blast in Beirut was without discrimination. Families and children are now helplessly left at the door

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07.20.20
The 90% Waste-Free ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ Video
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The 90% Waste-Free ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ Video

Behind-the-scenes footage of ‘Where Do The Children Play?’ reveals 90% of props and scenery made from recycled materials

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07.19.20
The Plastic Peril
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The Plastic Peril

The world is drowning in plastic. From clothes, furniture, gadgets, toys and appliances to packaging and containers, it has pervaded every aspect of our lives. So total is its monstrous grip on modern society that plastics have also made their way into our cosmetics and even our food!

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07.11.20
They Will Sit On Tall Thrones
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They Will Sit On Tall Thrones

While the attention of world powers moves to confront the toxic threat of Covid-19, isn’t it time the world also addresses that much more diabolical and corrosive pandemic threat to our humanity: wilful prejudice?

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