Big Picture Media recently announced that they are teaming up with Hopeless Records to release a compilation called Songs That Saved My Life.
According to the announcement on social media, the compilation will be available on November 9 and will feature Taking Back Sunday, Against Me, The Maine and more. These bands “come together to share pivotal songs from their lives.” In addition to the quality tracklist, purchases will “benefit charities such as Crisis Text Line, Hope For The Day, The Trevor Project and To Write Love On Her Arms,” according to the post.
The first single from the album is “Torn” by Neck Deep, and is available now.
According to the mission statement on the official Songs That Saved My Life (STSML for short) website, the brand is “centered around music that played a pivotal role in the lives of artists and fans that benefits mental health and suicide prevention charities.” The goal is to share music and stories with the world.
Hopeless Records is an independent label dedicated to making a positive impact through music. Big Picture Media is a full service entertainment public relations agency based in New York City. Learn more about them by visiting their website.