A Brand New Vegan Documentary
If you have already battered all the documentaries on Netflix and need something new to sink your teeth into, a brand new vegan documentary is on the way that looks into the lives of vegans in the music world.
With veganism growing at a dramatic rate over the past 10 years, it’s no surprise that many of our favourite musicians are now adopting a vegan lifestyle to help the animals, the environment or just to get healthy. From Beyonce going plant-based for a quick health kick, Architects joining forces with Sea Shepard to help protect the oceans, to electronic legend Moby creating the soundtrack to the animal rights film ‘Earthlings’ and opening his very own vegan restaurant, Little Pines, veganism has started to affect the music world in more ways than one.
With this in mind, a brand new vegan documentary has been in the works since last May by the name ‘Taking Note’ which follows the story of music journalist Chris Hines (HTF Magazine’s Editor), on a journey to discover how veganism has effected musicians and the music scene itself. After watching a video on the album ‘Open Your Eyes’ by Goldfinger called ‘Meet Your Meat’, he instantly started on the path to a vegan lifestyle and now sets out to speak to the musicians themselves to find out how veganism impacted them in the hope their stories will inspire others in the same way.
Artists confirmed for the documentary so far include: Against Me (Inge), Anti-Flag (Chris & Pat), Archenemy (Alissa), As It Is (Patty), Creeper (Will), Danny Howells, Enter Shikari (Rou), Evarose (Dannika), Fall Out Boy (Andy), Forever Never (George), Gabrielle Aplin , Good Riddance (Russ), Grumble Bee (Jack), Milk Teeth (Billy), Miss May I (Levi), Napalm Death (Barney), Raveneye (Olly), Rob Zombie (Piggy D), The Blood Youth (Kya & Sam), The Needle Drop (Anthony Fantano), The Veronicas (Jess & Lisa), Tonight Alive (Jenna & Cam), Young Guns (John), Zoax (Joe)
Many more artists are expected to be announced for the documentary in the next few months.
The documentary is due for release Winter 2018 and will be premiered exclusively on HTF Magazine.
To find out more about the documentary, and to help make it happen, visit their IndieGoGo page right here – https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/taking-note-the-vegan-music-documentary–2/x/16596717#/
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