On the 26th of February, we are celebrating Anti-Bullying Day, a day where people wear a pink shirt to symbolize a stance against bullying, an idea that originated in Canada. As bullying is a major problem in our schools, workplaces, homes, and online, many artists are involved in raising awareness on this issue.
Suns of July, a Toronto-based band, released a music video for their single “Beautiful You Are.” The idea of the heartwarming visual is to support children’s healthy self-esteem, and let them know that they are all worthy and loved.
“Beautiful You Are” is an anti-bullying theme-driven indie melody that also incorporates some pop vibes and jazzy tunes. As the singer, accompanied by the choir, carries the message of self-acceptance, the band delivers an excellent guitar, piano, and violin performance.
Spread some love, and watch “Beautiful You Are” by Suns of July below: