As part of their ongoing efforts to highlight the threat of climate change, the group of Extinction Rebellion activists will march in Glastonbury this year, festival officials announced. Friday, right? You want some new music? Well, we have it for you. Music Crowns is the global platform for the discovery of musical artists, the basic brand of the world’s best unsigned, independent and newly signed musical artists. Music Crowns is the world’s premier platform for discovering artists, promotions and opportunities for the world’s best non-signatory, independent and revolutionary musical artists. The group, which attracted international attention after holding non-violent demonstrations in central London earlier this year, will open the “Procession for extinction” process on Thursday 27 June at 4pm. New music? A Friday? Inauguration of the works. The environmental organisation Greenpeace has also announced that it will work with Extinction Rebellion and Glastonbury on the planned event. Confirmation of the march takes place just eight days before the opening of Granja Digna to celebrate the world-famous festival, which is already 49 years old. Sleater-Kinney suggested that new music is on the rise.

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