Joss Stone x Oceans

Published by Ocean Generation \ November 17, 2017 12:58 pm

The world’s oceans are under threat from over fishing, marine pollution, climate change, and as awareness is raised of these issues, soul singer Joss Stone is playing her part with the song ‘Oceans’.

The ocean single released, recorded and produced by the hugely talented Stone is a huge win for the environment. 

In this behind-the-scenes video, Stone sings lyrics calling for change with regards to our environmental actions: Can’t you hear the ocean cry/ Calling out to be revived/ Take a stand/ We all need to make a plan/ reverse effects of common man / Open your eyes.

Stone said: “The song is about making a change and if enough people change their habits it WILL make a difference.”

Stone is on a mission to make a change – she is midway through her The Total World Tour, in which she is attempting to perform in every UN registered country in the world – all 193 of them.

She has performed in more than 100 of them so far, and has collaborated with local musicians and a local charity in each one.

The song focuses on educating millennials/generation Z through music to support innovative solutions for the oceans greatest challenges.

More stories

Hack-Diary:
Day 1
More

Hack-Diary
Day 2
More

Hack-Diary
Day 3
More

Hack-Diary
Day 4
More

'Influencer'
partnerships
More

2019 Critical Year for Climate More

Beyond a Click More

Project:
Dadlihack
More

The Big
Catch
More

Island Nation
Defense
More

60 Young St. Lucians
Tell their Climate Stories
Through Documentary Workshops
More

#MyOceans
Covers
More

The Last
Straw
More

Daily Mail:
100 Most Influential Women
More

Small Islands are some of the most vulnerable nations to climate change.
See our programs helping to adapt and preserve communities.
More

Night of Ideas 2019 More

Music is an incredibly powerful vehicle
that can engage us all with climate change.
More

Digital activism is a form of activism that uses the Internet
and digital media as key platforms for mass mobilisation.
More

Plagued Waves More

Hacking Storms
in Antigua
More

Arts for Education.
Blue Dot Generation.
More

#RewritingFashion in Copehagen More

Calling Artists
#MyOceans
More

Marie Claire
Future Shapers 2018
More

Christiana
Figueres
More

World Oceans Day 2019 More

#RiffSustainably More

My time at
#Dadlihack
by Reshul Narhari
More

Combating Climate Change
at Dadlihack 2019
by Andrew Doumith
More

How the world got
hooked on Palm Oil
More

Do Good With
Burritos
More

#RiffSustainably
at MIDI Music
More

The Dadlihack
Experience
More