Stop Adani song needs you this Sunday

Stop Adani gathering at Cabarita Beach Headland late 2017. Photo supplied.

The Stop Adani song, written by Elvis Pavarotti and Tahlia Shalimar, is now in mix down and they are looking for locals to support them in making a video clip to go with the song this Sunday.

All you need to do is be present,’ said Elvis and Tahlia.

‘This video clip will be made available on the internet around Australia and most likely overseas and we hope to have it ready for promotion around Australia this month.

We would like to say thank you to the Echo, Bay FM, Woodburn FM, Jesse Morris and over fifty other people for donating their time to organise, sing and play instruments on the STOP ADANI Song.’

Children and pets are welcome to join in as long as they are comfortable with crowds and they have emphasised that you don’t have to be a singer or a dancer they would just like you to turn up.

‘However, if you can do moves to the song or have other inspirational or creative ideas that relate to STOPPING ADANI in this video clip, please come a little early and tell us what you can do because we would love to include it, if it’s appropriate,’ said Elvis.

The videoing starts at 9.30am this Sunday 13 May at the Chocolate Lounge, 53 Stuart Street, Mullumbimby just opposite the Mullumbimby Medical Centre.

The videoing will involve walking down to Santos Organics and being videoed under the #STOP Adani banner.

‘If you can come dressed in red and white or T-shirts and other clothing with STOP ADANI on them are 100 per cent appropriate if you have them,’ said Thalia.

We would like to thank the Chocolate Lounge and Santos for their permission to video the buildings.’

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