The Sound of 1 Million Protesters

The already infamous Brexit is just around the corner. No matter what opinion you might have on the issue, it can be imagined that it has taken a toll on the British people.

Organisers of last Saturday’s People’s Vote March said that one million people had shown up to march. That puts this effort on the top shelf along for UK protests along with 2003’s march against the planned invation into Iraq (which happened anyway so one can not be blamed for loosing hope).

Either way, if you were not a part of this protest but care to hear what the a million protesters sounds like then check out Cities and Memory’s recording below.

Cities and Memory is an artistic field recording project that strives to collaboratively remix the sounds of this world.



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