Melody Joins The Fight For Marriage Equality

As one of the first artists to contribute to a recent project by South Australia-based film company triptych films to advocate for marriage equality, Melody Moko was ecstatic to be apart of such a great cause. 

The project, "beyond the rainbow" features Australian musicians sharing their version of the classic track "somewhere over the rainbow" and interviews with LGBT couples. The video hopes to help catapult change to the laws surrounding marriage equality.  

"When asked to be part of this project, I jumped at the opportunity, the subject is close to my heart, as I have many friends in same sex relationships, I felt honoured to be a part of such a special and vital piece of media."  

Check out the project, and Melody's performance below.  

For more information on the project, please visit www.beyondtherainbow.com.au

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