Progressive Rock Band Influenced by Gandhi Releases Songs Addressing World Issues

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Using the power of song and the universal language of music, this unique band helps raise awareness and money for worthy charities fighting world problems.

to unite people across the globe, with music, to take action to create a better world so future generations will have a planet worth inheriting.

Truth On Earth, a socially conscious, progressive teen rock band for the ages, recently announced the release of new original music to further their fight of world problems. Using the power of song and the universal language of music, this unique band helps raise awareness and money for worthy charities fighting world problems. By combining entertainment with philanthropy, they provide a benefit to both those in need and those who contribute.

The band name, lyrical messages and powerful world-changing mission are based upon the work of Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi, one of the greatest spiritual leaders of all time and the basis of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Civil Rights movement. Gandhi said that Peace could best be achieved through truth and non-violent protest and he proved it for a time by causing the end of a century of British rule over India. One small man had a giant influence. So the band is named in Gandhi's honor to carry on his work and ideals through the universal language of music to a struggling planet.

The band's main goal is to raise consciousness, through the universal language of music, to a level where, over time, everyone can become part of the solution. The end result and vision is that problems can be fixed and the planet can be left in a condition that is free of destruction and makes it worth inheriting by future generations.

Truth on Earth's music has been described as refreshing, highly creative, electrifying and a throwback to early 70's rock. This unique sound blends with progressive songwriting about world issues to appeal to those with the same social conscience.

These young women have committed their lives to fixing the problems of the planet so future generations will have a, "planet worth inheriting." Their philanthropic spirit combined with their exceptional musical talents results in a contribution of nearly three quarters of their proceeds to worldly charities.

Listeners cannot only enjoy the sound of Truth on Earth but can choose one of many worthwhile causes to donate to, at http://www.truthonearthband.com.

These young women are devoting their lives to doing whatever they can to bring awareness and solutions to many world problems, in the spirit of Gandhi. They want to be pro-active, on the front lines, connecting people through the universal language of music. "We have all seen devastating pictures of abuse, starvation, homeless, effects of war....., but never have been unified with music in a way, until now, that reaches the listener's core level, creating feelings that pictures alone can't and that allows for the proper contribution," states the band members.

About Truth on Earth:
Truth On Earth is a progressive rock band featuring three teenage sisters that blends the sounds of old and new, heavily influenced by '60's & '70's rock. They write, produce and sing original songs about major issues in the world that require the attention of all. Their mission is, "to unite people across the globe, with music, to take action to create a better world so future generations will have a planet worth inheriting."

They are available for performance, interviews and charitable appearances and can be contacted through their website, http://www.truthonearthband.com or email, truth@truthonearthband.com. Their music is currently available for immediate download from their website. Contributions to select, related charities can be made there as well.

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