Delhi 2 Dublin, based out of Vancouver, BC, have released the music video for “Home (Everywhere I Go)”, their most recent and powerful single. The video was released for the 70th anniversary of Human Rights Day this past Monday December 10th. The band, being children of immigrants themselves, have taken the song and video as an opportunity to respond to the anti-immigrant and anti-refugee rhetoric they see and experience in today’s world.
Band member Sanjay Seran shares:
“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, but it is also my right.”
The single is out now in advance of the 2019 release of their forthcoming album, We Got This via Inside Pocket Music/ Warner Music Canada.
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