Rachel Sage teams up with Ditch The Label to tackle bullying


To mark anti-bullying week Rachael will be donating the proceeds from her new EP to the charity.

November 14-18 is anti-bullying week, and this year award winning artist Rachael Sage has joined forces with charity Ditch The Label to help promote equality and to combat bullying internationally.

Rachel’s brand new EP Home features I Don’t Believe It, an anthem which is rapidly becoming synonymous with the anti-bullying campaign.

The song delves into the topic of bullying and focuses on overcoming it – the chorus goes: “Every time that you tell me I’m not gonna win I don’t believe it anymore.”

To help support the charity’s excellent work, Rachel is donating all the proceeds from Home to Ditch The Label, to help them raise awareness and fight bullying.

Sage says that she herself suffered from bullying in school. “I wanted to write an empowering song that was fast-moving and literally compels you to shake off doubt.” she explains.

You can buy Rachel’s EP and contribute to the cause at noisetrade.com/rachaelsage/home-ep

Ditch The Label are one of the largest and most ambitious anti-bullying charities in the world. Their mission is to reduce the effects and prominence of bullying internationally. No more disempowerment. No more prejudice. No more bullying.

Find out more at ditchthelabel.org

Words Eugenija Steponkute



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