A new charity single recorded by some of the UK's best new
lesbian talent will get its premiere, this weekend.
The initiative, entitled The L Project, was created by
songwriter Georgey Payne and aims to raise as much money as
possible for the LGBT community.
Featuring a number of openly-gay artists - including Horse,
Sandra MacBeth, Emma Kavanagh, Christina Novelli, Nicky Mitchell,
O'Hooley & Tidow, Nina McCann and Amy Louise Sutton - the
track, entitled It Does Get Better, combats homophobic
The single will be played on Sunday 29 January at 22.30pm GMT
British Time by clicking this link:
The site features a countdown timer so people in varying
time-zones can listen to it simultaneously.
The plan is to galvanise listeners and generate interest on
social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.
"We are asking for people to meet us on our facebook page at
this time too so everyone can chat together after hearing the
song," said a spokesperson.
The single will be released on 11 February.