DELHI 2 DUBLIN HONOUR HUMAN RIGHTS DAY WITH 'HOME (EVERYWHERE I GO)' VIDEO



Vancouver-based electronic-pop group Delhi 2 Dublin have honoured the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights by releasing the video for their powerful single “Home (Everywhere I Go).”

The “Home (Everywhere I Go)” video is now out in advance of the 2019 release of their forthcoming album We Got This (Inside Pocket Music / Warner Music Canada). We Got This was produced by Toronto hitmaker, Gavin Brown (Barenaked Ladies, Metric, Tragically Hip). The track, “Home (Everywhere I Go),” is the band’s response to the anti-immigrant and anti-refugee rhetoric they see and experience in today’s world. As the children of immigrants themselves, they felt compelled to make their voices heard through the songs on this new album.

“The Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that ‘We as part of the brotherhood of humans have the right to leave any country, including our own, and to return to our country.’ As a result, I, the son of an immigrant, can call the beautiful and diverse city of Vancouver my home, thus ringing true that everywhere I go, I CAN be HOME. Not only is it a privilege, it is my right” says member Sanjay Seran.

Since forming in 2006, Delhi 2 Dublin has developed its own decisive genre they refer to as "Subcontinental Pop," bringing their South Asian influences to Western pop music. Founding members Tarun Nayar, Sanjay Seran and Ravi Binning have, from the beginning, followed their own path from warehouse raves to major stages. They have performed in front of tens of thousands on concert stages throughout the world, ranging from Glastonbury to Burning Man to most of Canada’s biggest festivals.



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