iNCH has released a brand new single, 'All Rivers Lead To The Sea', with a strong message behind it.
The song was written for Wildlife Reserves Singapore's Deadliest Monster campaign, which highlights the current waste problem, with iNCH poetically weaving in a call-to-action in the sublime track.
Wildlife Reserves Singapore launched a Go Green For Wildlife platform in 2016, which aims to work towards a sustainable future. This year's theme tackles the deadly amount of plastic waste that haunts our waters, encouraging the use of "refillable bottles, reusable shopping bags and refusing and reducing use of plastic straws."
"If the ocean had a heart/I believe we've been breaking it/But all hearts can be mended/it's up to us now" iNCH sings in the track, and she talks more about the tune.
There's an innocence and blamelessness about the ocean, as if Mother Nature is sharing a life lesson. She’s consoling yet admits the world is complex.”
Check out the song below, and find out more about the WRS initiative here.