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Supporters can download all 17 tracks for just £1, or pay any amount


London, United Kingdom – 17th August, 2015 – The Joe Strummer Foundation release their first ever fundraising album in time for what would have been Joe Strummer’s birthday (21st August), containing 17 excellent tracks donated by independent recording artists.

The release titled “Strummerville A Go-Go #001″ will be a digital only album distributed via the charity’s official Bandcamp page. Supporters can download all 17 tracks for just £1, or pay any amount. Each download is a donation that will go directly to the Foundation and will allow us to continue our work.

The album is leading with a brand new re-working of The Clash track “Rock The Casbah” by Ranking Roger (The Beat) and the remix has already been generating a buzz online.

Supporters can download all 17 tracks for just £1, or pay any amount

Here are the artists who have donated a track to the Strummerville A Go-Go campaign: Ranking Rogers, Armchair Committee, Kamino, Astrid’s Tea Party, Alexandra Jayne, Bill Mountain, Young Offenders, LazyTalk, Bare Hunter, Bella Figura, Noel O’Brien, Ballin’ Jacks, One Eyed Wayne, Thee Deadtime Philharmonic, Gemma Rogers & The Milmen, Bless & The New Thieves.

For further information on the campaign, the artists, how to stream the album, share it and to download please visit:

## About The Joe Strummer Foundation ##

Set up by friends and family a year after Joe Strummer’s passing the Foundation works to keep Joe’s spirit alive by giving opportunities to aspiring musicians and support to projects around the world that create social mobility through music.

Campaign Contact:
Steve Mullen

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