Hi! My name is John Dhali and I'm a conscious solo artist with an aim to make feel good music with a message!
During lockdown I was inspired to write 'Thought Train' - a song about staying connected and being there for each other, which is something we all need to do for own mental health in this crisis! The message in the song is that 'It's okay not to be okay' and when things are not going great for us we should reach out to those around us.
The song was recorded and produced entirely from home and everyone involved with the music, mixing, cover art and PR have offered their time and skills for free!
All the funds raised from the track are going to support the Shiva Trust Charity and their mental health work. I've got a deep personal connection to this charity. The founder - Ramana Devi - literally saved my life and has helped me so much as a person as well as with my music. The idea behind the song was actually given by Ramana in a video she made about 5 tips for mental health during lockdown! Staying connected was first on the list.
The Shiva Trust charity literally do everything they can to uplift society which has included creating PPE and delivering food parcels throughout this crisis. They have been hit hard by a cut to funding streams due to the pandemic so need our help to keep on doing their invaluable work!
If you donate to this GoFundMe - I will send you 'Thought Train' along with lyrics and artwork, as well as a personal thank you...
Please give generously!
Lots of love, stay safe and stay connected.
A huge thank you to Ramana Devi and the Shiva Trust
Tori Sheard (artist), Danny Addison (artist), Sam Bloor (producer), Olivia Axson (artwork) and Lewis Abbott (PR).
Stream Thought Train here:
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