In collaboration with the nonprofit and Spinnin' Records, they've released a new single called "Is Someone Looking For Me." The progressive house track was produced to shed light on trafficking and support children in poverty areas who are forced into labor, according to a press release shared with EDM.com. All proceeds will benefit Hopeland.
"Is Someone Looking For Me" features vocals from Liv Nervo's three-year-old daughter, Ace Paloma, whose innocence echoes through a haunting soliloquy: "Together, we can help spread the word. Is someone looking for me?"
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NERVO performed at all three of this year's Tomorrowland festivals and premiered "Is Someone Looking For Me" during their final performance on July 30th, coinciding with the United Nations' World Day Against Trafficking In Persons. The duo are now using the hashtag #LetKidsBeKids across social media platforms to continue raising awareness of the humanitarian crisis affecting over 160 million kids worldwide.
You can find out more about Hopeland here.