Climate change podcast Sounds Like A Plan announces second series

Architects frontman Sam Carter will guest on series two of Sounds Like A Plan – a podcast looking at people in the music industry fighting climate change.

Climate change podcast Sounds Like A Plan announces second series
Emily Carter
Ed Mason

Following its eight-episode first series, the Sounds Like A Plan podcast – hosted by Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane – is back for a second, 10-episode instalment.

Fay and Greg are chatting to special guests including Architects' Sam Carter, Brian Eno, Charlotte Church and more in series two of the climate change-addressing show, with episode one out now.

"There are so many positive things happening in the music industry, and yet so many gaps to be filled," says Fay. "There’s definitely room for everyone to get involved in promoting sustainability within the music community – hopefully we can inspire people with this podcast!"

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Greg continues: "The response to series 1 was brilliant, connecting with so many listeners who share a passion for the planet and music. This series, we’re going deeper with more episodes: continuing to reach into different corners of the music world to hear energising stories about the action people and organisations are taking in response to the threat, challenge and opportunity of our climate emergency. This autumn is a decisive period – these conversations capture the urgency of the change we need to see."

Indeed, NFTs are set to be a topic of discussion this time around, as well as responsible merch, engaging with fans about climate change at shows, and much more. Don't miss it.

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