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Let it Grow is a mass participation song project, building an online tidal wave of music and creativity, telling politicians and business leaders that enough is enough.

A group of Scottish artists have written a song, 'Enough is Enough' to highlight the urgent need for action and now people across Scotland, the UK and even the globe are creating their own versions. We’d love you to add your voice!

We are inviting people of all ages and from all walks of life to learn a section of the song, or create something brand new on the same broad theme, and share it online in the lead up to COP26.

Anyone with a mobile phone can add their voice - no need for polished performances or big budget music videos. The power in this idea lies in the number of people taking part. We are stronger when acting together and everyone is welcome.

- Create your version of 'Enough is Enough' or a new piece of music or spoken word about the climate crisis

- Record yourself performing it - no need for high production values, just on your mobile phone is great

- Upload to your socials

- Tag us on the social handles below and add the hashtag #musicforCOP26

https://www.facebook.com/letitgrow.music

https://twitter.com/LetItGrow_music

https://www.instagram.com/letitgrow_music/

Alternative text for image: A cartoon of the earth with petals coming out of it and people tending it as a garden.
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