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Saturday, 13 February 2016

MUSIC FOR BOOBIES REVEAL TWO NEW TRACKS FROM ZEBRAHEAD AND AMERICAN HI-FI



Rude Records and Keep A Breast Foundation are excited to announce today new singles out of the ‘Music For Boobies’ compilation. It’s now time for 2 new unreleased songs: Zebrahead’s ‘Blue Light Special’ and a new acoustic version of the classic super hit ‘Another Perfect Day’ from American Hi-Fi!

Comments on the release Zebrahead’s bass player Ben Ozz: "Super stoked to have our song "Blue Light Special" on the Music For Boobies compilation. We wanted to have something special for it, so here is an unreleased song. Let's make a difference and support Keep A Breast together!!!"

Check out Zebrahead’s Blue Light Special at the below link!

BLSpecialStream

At the same time, American Hi-Fi have contributed to the project with a new version of their super classic hit Another Perfect Day, recorded for Music For Boobies as a duet together with Kay Hanley (from Letters to Cleo).

Adds American Hi-Fi’s singer Stacy Jones: “Another Perfect Day is one of the first songs I wrote for American Hi-Fi. It’s a song about leaning on those that you love, and finding the strength to persevere through hard times. Kay Hanley is the singer in Letters to Cleo (my first band). I asked her to be involved because I’d always wanted to sing with her, she is like family, and unfortunately, Kay recently lost a dear friend to a battle with cancer. We are proud to be involved in this project, to help raise funds and bring awareness to Keep A Breast’s efforts in eradicating breast cancer for future generations.”

Check out Another Perfect Day here: HiFiAPDStream

Both songs can be streamed at the mentioned links, or received as instant-grat tracks with each digital or physical pre-order. The compilation will be released on worldwide digital outlets on March 18th 2016.

Some of the hottest names in the alternative scene have joined forces with KAB and Rude Records earlier last year, creating the two volumes that make up Music For Boobies, donating a mix of new and unreleased songs: duets, previously-released tracks connected to the KAB cause, as well as new remixed versions of their songs. The full tracklist can be seen below!

50% of all proceeds garnered through the sale of the compilation will go to support KAB’s ongoing efforts. Spread the word, and help raise funds and awareness in support of Keep A Breast’s mission of empowering youth around the world with breast health education and support. More information can be found at musicforboobies.com.

Music For Boobies

Volume 1

1. Angels & Airwaves - Saturday Love Remix 2. Falling In Reverse - Chemical Prisoner 3. Parkway Drive - Vice Grip 4. Sleeping With Sirens - Save Me A Spark 5. American Hi-Fi feat. Kay Hanley - Another Perfect Day (Acoustic) 6. Emarosa - A Hundred Crowns 7. Too Close To Touch - Pretty Little Thing 8. Motion City Soundtrack - Lose Control 9. Allison Weiss - Who We Are 10. Alvarez Kings - Fear To Feel 11. Patent Pending - It’s All Good Today 12. The Raveonettes - Wake Me Up

Volume 2

1. The Maine feat. Brennan Smiley - You Get What You Give 2. Simple Plan - Astronaut 3. Anti-Flag feat. Tim Armstrong - Brandenburg Gate 4. Knuckle Puck - Swing 5. Such Gold - When It Gives 6. Danko Jones feat. Cristina Scabbia - Wild Woman 7. letlive. - Banshee (Ghost Fame) 8. Beautiful Bodies - War Inside Your Heart 9. Skinny Lister - Trouble On Oxford Street 10. Zebrahead - Blue Light Special 11. Enter Shikari - Dear Future Historians... (London Elektricity Remix) 12. This Wild Life - No More Bad Days 13. Simone Denny - Breathe Again

About The Keep A Breast Foundation

Now entering their 15th year, The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower young people around the world with breast health education and support. Since its inception in 2000, KAB has worked with young people to remove the shame associated with breasts and breast cancer health. Through various initiatives such as breast cast art exhibitions, the “Non Toxic Revolution” and "I love boobies!" campaign, KAB has opened up the dialogue about breast cancer, and has proven to be a doorway to breast self-awareness and education. Keep A Breast has grown into the leading global youth-based breast cancer prevention organization, with global affiliates in Japan, Canada, France, UK and Chile. Constantly pushing the boundaries of the pink ribbon status quo, Keep A Breast has always encouraged young people to love their boobies, get to know their bodies and be aware of changes.

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