Members of A Perfect Circle and Periphery Appear on Charity Single
Members of A Perfect Circle and Periphery have appeared on a new charity single released by the mysterious charity-driven group Till The Days End. Available now on bandcamp, the new track, entitled 'The Road to Awakening', features the talents of Periphery drummer Matt Halpern and A Perfect Circle bassist Matt McJunkins. All proceeds from the sale of the track will go to the Mental Health Association of Frederick County (the band's hometown in Maryland).
The 'world's first charity-driven rock band', Till the Days End are an 'ever-growing collective of musicians seeking to bring positive change' across the globe through releasing singles with all proceeds going to handpicked charities. To date, they've already supported worthy causes such as the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Heartly House, and the Gale Recovery House.
The collective have said of their newest single: We here at Till The Days End know that dark things hide behind closed doors. With that said, we are very proud to present “The Road To Awakening”, a song about the importance of self-care and the power we ALL hold within. Every time you look in the mirror, you’re locking eyes with a person who has the power to love, the power to change, and the power to heal. If you are struggling with your mental health, fighting every urge in your body to relapse, this song is for you. We know that it feels damn near impossible, but we implore you to take some time to focus on self-care through these trying days. If you’re struggling, please reach out and ask for help. Remember to step back and take a good look at the bigger picture and the individual place that we each hold within that picture. Remember that we are all reflections of each other. The more you are able to love yourself, the better you will become at providing love to others. Lastly, we ask you to remember that circumstances outside of ourselves don’t define who we are within.
All proceeds from the sale and stream of “The Road To Awakening” will go directly to the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, an organization dedicated to the aid of those who are struggling with their mental health and who need help the most.