Ban Live Exports. 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 and have the neck sliced open whilst still fully conscious. This song is a protest against an immoral, unethical and unwholesome industry. We cannot develop as a noble, wise and compassionate society when we allow such inhumane and barbarous acts against other living beings. Please support my campaign to raise money for Animals Australia's vital work.
Please purchase the single in my store.
. 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.
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 and Video for making the music video.
Available in store as hard copy posted out to you. Digital will come soon.
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