43 min

'Commitment' – with In Hearts Wake's Jake Taylor, vocalist, film-maker and thrivalist Sounds Like A Plan

    • Society & Culture

Green Is The New Black is something special – a new, impact documentary film that follows the story of a band confronting their environmental impact, and, crucially, doing something about it. 

The band are the Australian metalcore outfit In Hearts Wake, and this time on the podcast we're joining by the band's vocalist and director of the movie, Jake Taylor. Green Is The New Black follows their journey to make a carbon neutral album. 

Jake joins hosts Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane to walk about why the band wanted to share their story, the challenges of "carbon neutral recording" and the inspiring signals the documentary can send to the broader music community. 

Before we sign off, Fay and Greg will also leave you with some recommendations [details below]. 



Sounds Like A Plan series 3 is supported by Festival Republic. They put on festivals including Wilderness Festival, taking place at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, between 4-7 August 2022. Tickets are available now:

https://www.wildernessfestival.com/tickets/



Links to things discussed in the podcast:

Green Is The New Black trailer 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9NwCw9OF8Y

Green Is The New Black – official website

https://greenisthenewblack.film/



This episode's recommendations:

Fay recommends:

No Music On A Dead Planet playlist on Spotify

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4dBO958KosdjNFQ1OzsqBA?si=4b717939c89445a9

Greg recommends:

REIMAGINING IBIZA – dreaming big 

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1OnHXHUgtDq6OjpeRrN1J5?si=89a472d84c4d4d58



More from us on social media:

Instagram – @soundslikeaplanpodcast

Fay Milton

Twitter – @faymilton

Instagram – @faymilton

Greg Cochrane

Twitter – @Gregcochrane


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Green Is The New Black is something special – a new, impact documentary film that follows the story of a band confronting their environmental impact, and, crucially, doing something about it. 

The band are the Australian metalcore outfit In Hearts Wake, and this time on the podcast we're joining by the band's vocalist and director of the movie, Jake Taylor. Green Is The New Black follows their journey to make a carbon neutral album. 

Jake joins hosts Fay Milton and Greg Cochrane to walk about why the band wanted to share their story, the challenges of "carbon neutral recording" and the inspiring signals the documentary can send to the broader music community. 

Before we sign off, Fay and Greg will also leave you with some recommendations [details below]. 



Sounds Like A Plan series 3 is supported by Festival Republic. They put on festivals including Wilderness Festival, taking place at Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire, between 4-7 August 2022. Tickets are available now:

https://www.wildernessfestival.com/tickets/



Links to things discussed in the podcast:

Green Is The New Black trailer 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9NwCw9OF8Y

Green Is The New Black – official website

https://greenisthenewblack.film/



This episode's recommendations:

Fay recommends:

No Music On A Dead Planet playlist on Spotify

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4dBO958KosdjNFQ1OzsqBA?si=4b717939c89445a9

Greg recommends:

REIMAGINING IBIZA – dreaming big 

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1OnHXHUgtDq6OjpeRrN1J5?si=89a472d84c4d4d58



More from us on social media:

Instagram – @soundslikeaplanpodcast

Fay Milton

Twitter – @faymilton

Instagram – @faymilton

Greg Cochrane

Twitter – @Gregcochrane


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/new-allotment/message

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