“What We’ve Got” / “Four Hours” is a split single from Billy Liar and Paper Rifles, released in collaboration with Anti-Manifesto, Struck Dum Records and MTAT to raise funds and awareness for the Refugee Survival Trust based in Edinburgh. 100% of the money raised from the EP release and benefit/release show will go directly to the Refugee Survival Trust, Edinburgh (www.rst.org.uk).
The RST was set up in 1996 as a reaction to the problem of refugees and asylum claimants being made destitute in Scotland. Grants made by the RST either alleviate poverty and destitution, or help refugees and asylum claimants to overcome obstacles in accessing educational and employment opportunities. Their work is as vital today as it has ever been.
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The single is available as a free/pay-what-you-want download as well as a limited edition CD single in printed card wallet with liner notes/lyric sheet.
Billy Liar – vocals, guitar
Paper Rifles – vocals, guitar
‘What We’ve Got’, words and music by Billy Liar.
‘Four Hours’, words and music by Paper Rifles.
Tracks recorded and mixed by James Johnson.
Accompanying films shot by Steve Cardno, edited by Erika Ieese.
Artwork by Jason Harrison Morton (Tactile Industries).
Huge thanks to Diana & RST, Derrick & MTAT, Mitch & Struck Dum, Kev & Anti-Manifesto, Soo & Triple G, Liquid Rooms, New Model Army, Richy Neill, Robbie Lyell & the Banshee Labyrinth, and Hollie & the Southside Social, and, all the artists who performed at and to everyone who came out to the sold out launch show on Saturday night!