Image by Stijn te Strake

The song 1735, written in Bluegrass style, tells the story of an Australian bull who was one of many animals that arrived at their destination overseas to be mercilessly beaten & tortured before inhumanely slaughtered. This song is a protest against an immoral, unethical and unwholesome industry. We will develop as a noble, wise and compassionate society when we stand against inhumane and barbarous acts against other living beings.

 

Animals Australia does vital work as Australia's leading animal protection organisation. Please support my campaign to raise money for their work by purchasing my single '1735 (Ban Live Exports)'.

100% of all purchases for this single will go directly to Animals Australia for their work to end live animal exports.

 

Thank you. Blessings to all. May all beings be happy and safe.

  ANIMAL 
  ADVOCACY 

1735 //
BAN LIVE EXPORTS

 

I extend my deep gratitude to the following people

who helped with the creation of this video:

 

FREEDOM HILL SANCTUARY

for allowing us to film on location with Aishling

ANIMAL LIBERATION SA

for use of their protest boards to use on location.

 

ANIMALS AUSTRALIA

for permission to use some of the footage from Mauritius.

 

Andrew from ADELAIDE AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEO

for making the music video.

SHIPS OF NO
RETURN //

A song for all of the victims of live animal export. The idea of the title comes from the Second World War when mainly Jewish people were loaded onto trains never to be seen again. They were known as the trains of no return. This is the anguish we feel when we see cows, sheep and other animals leaving on export ships, knowing their brutal destination.