Given the deadly fallout from the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster in Japan, the record breaking heat waves, droughts, fires and floods this past summer and the cataclysmic Superstorm Hurricane Sandy, “Who’s Gonna Save You” is more than music and more than timely.
Art As A Social Tool
- Native Peoples Magazine
“A prolific musician, Romero believes that today’s art—along with powerful boosts from social media and current technology—is a useful instrument in halting the spread of climate change and in preserving the rights of indigenous peoples…”
- The Santa Fe Reporter
A Deluxe Edition of Robby Romero’s new music single and music video “Who’s Gonna Save You” was released on December 21, 2012.
“December 21, 2012 marked a celebration of the end of an ancient mystic cycle and the recommencement of an Indigenous call to consciousness for the restoration of life in balance”, says Romero. “Now through the power of music and film we set on a journey to motivate, inspire and engage the world’s communities into positive action.”
From the front lines of climate change, “Who’s Gonna Save You” is more than music and more than timely.