Unique Stay Home Song shared to English and French audiences

Top Quote THREE THREADS, a rather outdated hard rock band from Japan, have distributed their "Stay Home" song to send sympathy and encouragement to the potential audiences in England and France where the government has executed another lockdown recently. The song was initially created in May this year to encourage Japanese to stay home for COVD safety during the state of emergency. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 04, 2020 - Self ordained inevitable rock stars - THREE THREADS, a Japan based hard rock band which consists of 5 unique players all in their 50's, have released a "Stay Home" song via their website and social platforms, hoping to reach those who are experiencing frustrations and stress from the recent major lockdown in England and France.

    The song "Stay home together" was originally created as a "remote recording song" during the State of emergency due to the COVID19 outbreak in Japan earlier this year.

    The initial idea and aim of this song was to add fun and relief during the state of emergency by recording an original song remotely/online from each of their homes, with a positive message to encourage people to stay home for the good.

    They have seen and heard many people complain about losing their freedom to go out and enjoy their living and/or ignore the government announcement to stay home to avoid further spread of COVID19, and while they were also frustrated by losing their opportunity to perform live shows, they distributed this song with the lyrics telling people to not think too negatively, staying at home is about caring and thinking about others.
    THREE THREADS have sent out this song to their social platforms and their website, hoping to reach as much as possible potential audiences in England and France to deliver the same message during their lockdown.


    The song was written in English so they are hoping that it will resonate well even more than Japanese.

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