The song that helps the ocean save itself

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The song that helps the ocean save itself

The sound of the sea has long been known for its soothing effects.

Now, the noise from waves crashing against the rocks of a Cornish beach have been remixed for a new track.

It's called Presevation and it's by the artist Keynvor and profits from it will go towards ocean conservation charities.

But Keynvor is like no other artist. Taking its name from the Cornish word for ‘ocean’, Keynvor is the Atlantic Ocean.

The track itself helps the under-threat ocean fund its own protection as all of the musical royalties from streaming and downloads go towards the Cornish marine conservation charity, Surfers Against Sewage.

Stream the track here and help save the ocean one play at a time. 

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