Can You Help Make This Animal-Friendly Song A Christmas Number One?

Can You Help Make This Animal-Friendly Song A Christmas Number One?


‘Peace On Your Plate’ is a song being released this Christmas, with the aim of spreading a message of peace and positivity, whilst raising money for animal and vegan charities.


The song was exclusively unveiled in a world premiere on the Viva! podcast, released on Monday 2nd December.


On 3rd December it became available on worldwide radio, followed by the launch of the official music video.


It is now available to download and stream as of today.


The song asks everyone around the world to ‘Put peace on your plate this Christmas Day’ featuring powerful lyrics and a catchy festive tune.


Written by vegan musicians, Gavin Chappell Bates and Giles Bryant, the pair are hoping it will become the first vegan Christmas number one.


Songwriters Giles Bryant (headstand) and Gavin Chappell-Bates (guitar)


When asked why he wrote the song, Gavin commented: “I couldn’t stop thinking about what it would feel like to wake up on Christmas day, turn on the radio and to hear the song that is top of the charts being about peace to all creatures on earth.”


‘Peace On Your Plate’ was recorded and mastered at the famous Abbey Road Studios by Paul Pritchard and Christian Wright and has been mixed by Jay Woolcott.


The track features a host of vegan musicians and singers including John Robb (The Membranes), Queen V, Ian Haywood, Vanity Ladner (Muse to Sirens) and Melody Causton.


A live band of musicians have been touring the song around the country, including a headline slot at Vegfest. Outstanding dates will see them travelling to Portsmouth, Bristol and Leeds.


All proceeds from sales of the song will support two vegan charities – Viva!, Europe’s largest vegan campaigning charity, and Tower Hill Stables Animal Sanctuary, run by Fiona Oakes, a world record marathon and endurance runner.


Fiona Oakes commented: “I’m proud to support Peace On Your Plate for so many reasons but first and foremost for the animals that will benefit from this amazing initiative.”

“We are what we eat and if we do not consume the product of violence, exploitation and death we will not promote and perpetuate this behaviour in our own

“Peace On Your Plate leads to peace in your heart, mind and soul!”


To listen to the song, stream it from any of these platforms:


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