A HOLMBRIDGE singer has brought together female voices for a charity album.
Belle Moore-Benham has produced the album which brings together female artists from all across the globe to support Amnesty International’s Human Rights’ Campaign.
Entitled Untold Songs: Volume One, the 23-track album includes performances by Huddersfield-born singer Ruby Wood of Submotion Orchestra and artists from as far as Chile.
Belle, who was brought up in Holmbridge and now lives in London, has spent the best part of a year assembling an amazing array of songs from a selection of talents from across the world.
All the tracks have been donated free of charge and proceeds from the sale of the CD will go straight to Amnesty International.
“I’ve always been a supporter of Amnesty” said Belle. “I’m in touch with a lot of female singers who have incredible talent and I thought a compilation CD would be a good way of raising the profile of its domestic violence campaign.”
The Leeds launch of the CD will take place on Saturday, June 9 at 9pm at The Musiquarium, 8-10 Wyther Lane, Leeds and will include performances Ruby Wood of Submotion Orchestra.
Tickets for the launch are £4. To buy the album visit – juslikemusicrecords.bandcamp.com