Every year Red Distribution launches Ten Bands One Cause, wherein ten artists across genres are invited to release versions of their records in a limited edition light pink color. All the money raised goes to Gilda's Club NYC, an organization dedicated to helping those affected by cancer.
This year's group is eclectic. You can pick up pretty pink vinyl versions of the following records...and feel good about it: Run the Jewels' Run the Jewels 2, Sturgill Simpson's Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, Joey Bada$$' B4.DA.$$, Al Green's The Belle Album, Between the Buried and Me's Coma Ecliptic, Chet Faker's Built on Glass, Pierce the Veil's Collide with the Sky, Primus' Frizzle Fry, Clutch's La Curandera and Ingrid Michaelson's Lights Out.
Lily Safani, CEO of Gilda's Club NYC has shared the following statement,
"When someone gets diagnosed with cancer it impacts everyone who is close to them – in many different ways. The daily routine of life now includes doctors’ visits, weekly treatments and unprecedented medical expenses. The new “routine” is difficult to manage and navigate alone. But at Gilda’s Club NYC, we help cancer patients and their families learn how to live with a cancer diagnosis – through our support groups, educational lectures, and classes. It’s important to know you aren’t alone and at Gilda’s Club, you never are.”
Learn more about Ten Bands One Cause here.