In the latest episode of Spaced Out with Friends, hang out with Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger, who's an actual, bonafide space buff. Einziger studied the history of physics at Harvard, and as such was uniquely suited to wax poetic on our celestial future.
"To set foot on another celestial body, that would be crazy," he said. "I dunno, I would just want to go for a long walk, take a look around, and see if there are any green, funny-looking people walking around."
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June 12th is World Day Against Child Labour! Mike has teamed up with the International Labour Organization and many talented musicians to give a Red Card to Child Labour. Listen to his new song, 'Til Everyone Can See, and visit http://www.ilo.org/endchildlabour/ to join the fight and download the song for yourself.
Mike has written a new song, titled 'Til Everyone Can See', in support of the World Day Against Child Labour. He has collaborated in this effort with artists such as violinist Ann Marie Simpson, Pharrell Williams, Hans Zimmer, Travis Barker, Dom Lewis, LIZ and Minh Dang, a former victim of human trafficking.
The song will be available on June 12th as part of the launch for the International Labour Organization'S Red Card to Child Labour campaign. Find more information on the ILO's website, http://www.ilo.org/redcard, and support the effort by visiting the thunderclap site, http://ilo.org/thunderclap, where the song will be available to download by supporters on June 12th.
Child labour is a very real issue that plagues 168 million children around the world, 85 million of which are forced to engage in high-risk, hazardous or sexual work. The…Continue