The Temperance Movement Busking For War Child
The band performed all over London yesterday.
Donations gathered from the busking will go towards War Child’s work in Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Uganda and in Jordan where they are working with Syrian refugee children.
War Child help the most vulnerable
children who are too often forgotten during and in the aftermath of
conflict. By working alongside local communities, organizations and
authorities War Child strengthen the families’ and communities’
capacity to care for children. For more information about War Child
The Temperance Movement's debut self-titled album is out now. Check out their new video for "Midnight Black" below:
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