Eden Lang Issues A Call For Clean Water In The Video For "Rivers Flow"

Rivers Flow is a single from Eden Lang's debut album, "From Ashes To Beauty". A 12 track project that dropped not too long ago. The track is rich in meaning, as it carries both a literal and a deeper metaphorical message. Eden talks about freedom in the form of rivers flowing but she also means it literally, and this is about a project called "Let Rivers Flow" by the organization for assisting orphans called Batanai Muyamure, and the project seeks to provide clean drinking water for the kids.

 Eden Lang
Eden Lang
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The video for the kids opens up with a short monologue from Eden, from several years ago, in which she expresses her dream of one day opening up an orphanage. The shots from the video transition between scenes of Eden singing and scenes of the kids at Batanai Muyamure. Eden also shows us the river that the organization presently uses as a source of water and the song acts as also a plea for help. The young artist is using her music to call upon the public for donations that'll assist Batanai Muyamure in sinking a borehole.

This all adds to make an already beautiful song even more impactful. The song was produced by Verseless. If you'd like to read more on Batanai Muyamure's story & donate click here.

Check out the video for "Rivers Flow" below:

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