Gotye, Xavier Rudd, Clare Bowditch and more feature on Greenline Grooves album

In order to show their support and raise funds for the world's wildlife park rangers, the Thin Green Line Foundation (TGLF) has recruited a handful of Australia's best local artists to feature on a special compilation album, Greenline Grooves.

It's no surprise that many of the artists featured on the album are activists in their own right. People like Xavier Rudd, John Butler, Ash Grunwald and Archie Roach have been fighting their own battles for humanity and the environment for years, so it's fitting that they have stepped up to the plate for this global cause.

"In many developing nations, the Park Ranger’s job is to protect endangered species, but Rangers often find themselves not only in gun battles, but tracked instead by poachers who want them out of the way," says the TGLF. "Thousands of Rangers have lost their lives in the line of duty."

By releasing this special CD package, the Thin Green Line Foundation hopes to raise awareness about the struggles faced by those who protect our natural world, as well as show support to those who have lost loved ones in the line of duty.

All tracks in the compilation will be donated by the artists 100% royalty-free, including Tex Perkins' track 'One More For The Song' which was recorded exclusively for the album.

Greenline Grooves is available now in all good music stores. If you'd like more information on the cause, you can contact the TGLF at www.thingreenline.org.au, or the International Ranger Federation at www.internationalrangers.org

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