Help Build A Better World – Earth Day Video Competition

A chance for a new artist to make their mark.

Richard Irwin and Sheer Joy Music are collaborating on a new single “A Better World” to be released for Earth Day 2021. We are looking for a videographer to produce a music video to accompany the song which reflects the core message of the lyrics: that we can all work together to save our planet.

To apply, please produce a 30 second demo prompted by the following lyrics:

Verse:

Plastics in the ocean,
And poisons in the air,
There’s is a better way –
We can all do our share.
If we’re to save the Earth,
Believe me there is time,
We will create a better world
For those we leave behind.

Chorus:

A better way, a better world!
A better road to take.
We journey on! The journey’s long!
It’s a better world we’ll make.

The winner will be awarded £250 to create the full music video for Better World which will be sung by an established artist and distributed through all major music channels.

Better World Video Competition
Please create your video and upload it to YouTube and then send the link together with your details below. Also use this form to ask any questions.
In case we need to talk to you, please provide a phone number. Please include the Country Code if outside the UK.
Please use this field to ask any questions.

Terms and Conditions:

  • All material should be original and not taken from the internet without appropriate permission and licence(s) where required. These, if applicable, would be for the expense of the videographer.
  • No entry will be accepted after 23:59 on Sunday 15th November 2020.
  • All images/clips used to make the video must comply with the requirements of YouTube with regard to content.
  • The prize for the winning video is £250 which will be paid 7 days after uploading to YouTube, thus ensuring that there will be no copyright claims against any material used.
  • Copyright for the finished video will belong to Colin Gordon-Farleigh representing Sheer Joy Music, and the videographer will cede copyright accordingly.