Nova Twins, Amyl And The Sniffers and more on new charity compilation for Reclaim These Streets

New Moons XVI, a compilation of female, LGBTQ+ and non-binary artists curated by The Music Federation, is raising money for Reclaim These Streets via 10 awesome songs…

Nova Twins, Amyl And The Sniffers and more on new charity compilation for Reclaim These Streets
Emily Carter
Jamie Waters

The Music Federation has shared details of new charity compilation New Moons XVI, with 100 per cent of profits going to Reclaim These Streets.

Nova Twins, Amyl And The Sniffers and more feature on this collection of 10 songs exclusively by female, LGBTQ+ and non-binary artists, with curator and The Music Federation’s Head of Promotions Jasmine Hodge admitting that it was "a mammoth task" to put together this 15th edition of the series, but an absolutely worthwhile one.

"What better way than to get some of the best female names in rock and do it all in the name of a killer charity?" says Jasmine. "Big shout out to all the amazing women involved, and to Will [Power of the band Bad Nerves] for the kick-ass artwork. Sticking two fingers up to the patriarchy is literally the most fun a girl can have."

“I am so happy to be included on this exciting compilation for such a great cause," enthuses KT Tunstall. "I love that music can be a catalyst to demand better standards in modern society, and Reclaim These Streets are doing great work to achieve that."

Deap Vally add: "We are thrilled to be a part of the New Moons Compilation. As women, and as mothers of daughters, we know how urgently important it is that the most vulnerable among us are respected and protected. So, let’s RECLAIM THESE STREETS!"

New Moons XVI is due out on February 10.

Check out the full tracklist below:

1. Amyl & The Sniffers – Knifey
2. Nova Twins – Bullet
3. TELGATE – Love Zone
4. Deap Vally – Royal Jelly
5. KT Tunstall – In This Body
6. Cruel Hearts Club – Sink This Low
7. IDestroy – Petting Zoo
8. pink suits – Fake Great Britain
9. BLAB – Eton Mess
10. Pleasure Venom – We Get What You Deserve

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