All proceeds for young victims of ‘lockdown’ domestic and sexual abuse.
SINGER/SONGWRITER Trevor Jones has created a musical response to the lows of ‘lockdown’ and the fears and anxieties of the virus pandemic.
His song and accompanying video are an upbeat, catchy message of hope to everyone worrying about the virus as its main message is that, together, they will come through and be together with family and friends once again.
Trevor said “The inspiration for the song came in response to the separation from friends, family and loved ones due to social distancing, and also the anxiety and uncertainty felt by so many during this pandemic. The message of the song, is that this will pass, we will be together again, and together we will overcome these challenges and be stronger for it”.
‘How Long?’ looks at the bravery of speaking up about something which goes beyond wrong. Children can survive atrocity when provided with qualified support from children seeking it themselves, or from referrals from good people who recognise wrong. And this is what Embrace provides.
We will never understand intentionally inflicted evil, particularly on children. But, we can contribute to supporting them when they find the bravery to speak up.
Every download of ‘How Long?’ gives hope to child victims of crime, because 100% of your proceeds go direct to Embrace.
We are humbled our song, through Embrace, can make some kind of contribution to these incredibly inspiring young people who, out of their horror, are finding inner courage to turn their lives around to survive and thrive.
Bianca Ross, of Jones & Ross