Australia is being hurt by the drought. It’s been all over the news and Aussies all across the country are rallying together to support the farmers that are giving it their all to push through this harsh, dry season.
Triple M’s content director noticed this and decided he could use his influence in the music industry to help. So he called up Scott Darlow, an aboriginal man from Yorta Yorta and World Vision Ambassador. Triple M pitched the idea of a rock, country track that would raise money for the Buy-A-Bale campaign. For years Darlow has been supporting the work of World Vision in the aboriginal community through his music so this was a project he easily agreed to.
Within the next two weeks Darlow brought on Andy Sorenson, Phil Gaudion, Jack Jones, Sarah Mcleod, Adam Brand and Todd Hunter to add to the track together they formed “The Drought Breakers” and miraculously within a few days, the track was mastered and ready for radio.
The single is available to buy and stream with all net proceeds from the sale of ‘Rain’ will be donated to the Buy-a-bale program.
Get your copy of Rain by Drought Breakers here