Jenna speaks of the release, “‘I have created a track and a video from footage of protests around the UK, I wanted to create a vision in response to the repeated rhetoric that these protests are just about the US, because we know the UK is not innocent.
“I hope to help keep the conversations going on how to better our understanding of racism and action equality as well as documenting the power of the UKs peaceful protests in the name Black Lives Matter.
“I am really grateful for the support from my creative network in Manchester and to all the amazing photographers and videographers across the country for collaborating with me to create this impacting visual representation of today’s time. It’s a real example of the power people have when they come together for a common goal, reaffirming the sentiment of the song and energy of the protests”
“I really want things to change, I know a song alone won’t do that but we all have a role to play in this time of revolution. Donating all proceeds from this single will help to support those fighting on the frontline for the dismantling of the racist systems at play in the UK as well as supporting the mental well being of the black community”.