A group of musicians from the Wheaton and Glen Ellyn area who joined together for the purpose of “using their artistic talents for the purpose of promoting positive change in the world” have released their second music video, “Hands of Fate,” a follow up to “Children of the Earth.”
According to the Suburban Life, the group, Harmony for Change, first came together to write “Children of the Earth” after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010; their latest, “Hands of Fate,” is a reaction to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.
“All of us have day jobs still, but it makes us able to support this love and this interest,” bassist and production assistant Mike Addyman told the paper. “We are a network and it’s something we support and endorse and do whenever we can.
“What we are doing is philosophically familiar to the 60s… We think it’s a good idea and we’ll keep doing it until it isn’t a good idea or we just don’t have time any more.”
You can watch “Children of the Earth” and “Hands of Fate” above and learn more about Harmony for Change at the band’s official website.