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Written by Matt   
Monday, 23 June 2003

The British Royal National Institute for the Deaf have launched a new campaign entitled "DON'T LOSE THE MUSIC" which looks at the huge issue of hearing damage at concerts, listening to music, etc.

Pink Floyd have given their support to this campaign; Brain Damage has been in contact with the RNID about this and they have given us more information about the band's involvement...

The RNID are working closely with another organisation called ACS (Advanced Communication Services) and The Sound Foundation, as the messages behind Don't Lose The Music and The Sound Foundation are the same.

For the campaign, Pink Floyd have provided a signed picture and a quote of support: "Hear Tomorrow", which will be on display, along with many other similar messages of support, at the RNID's Don't Lose The Music stand at this coming weekend's Glastonbury Festival. If you are visiting Glasto this year, make sure you stop by...

 
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