Lethal Sound Division use their musical talent as a platform for a greater good

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Lethal Sound Division use their musical talent as a platform for a greater good

Local boys Lethal Sound Division are just one of the headlining acts set to appear at Karova Lounge on Field Street in Ballarat this April. With a selfless determination to raise awareness about the global charity, Free The Slaves, Lethal Sound Division as well as Butterfunked, Embe, Trucks, Dal Santo and Tsugnarly are drawing attention to the initiative through music in an aim to
donate a generous portion to the cause.
Founded in 2000, ‘the anti-slavery pioneers and innovators’ that operate Free The Slaves recognise that slavery still exists despite our deep wish for it not to. Using a community-based strategy that is scalable and can be mirrored in countries where slavery is prominent and life-threatening, Free The Slaves freed 1,123 people from slavery in 2016, a remarkable result. Putting one foot in front of the other by constantly pondering on new ways to hinder and suppress slavery, we can see why such a benefit has been organised.
Using their pop/rock sound to invite locals and visitors in, Lethal Sound Division hope to raise a decent amount of cash to donate to Free The Slaves before their tour around Australia and New Zealand.
Entry fee is only $5 – a great excuse to see some live music whilst also contributing to the betterment of mankind.
It’s going down on Friday April 13.
For more information about the event as well as set times, visit the FB event.
Forte will see you there!
Written by Hannah Kenny