What if it depends on me and you to fix the climate crisis?
About The Artist
Ciaran Gribbin is an Irish songwriter and performer who now calls Australia home.
Ciaran was a founding member of the popular Irish band ‘Leya’ which toured for seven years with major acts including Snow Patrol & Embrace. The band also released the critically acclaimed album ‘Watch you don’t take off’.
Ciaran’s first big break came in 2010 when he received a Grammy nomination for Madonna’s worldwide hit single ‘Celebration’, he co-wrote the song with the American megastar & English producer Paul Oakenfold.
In 2011, Ciaran became the singer of the legendary Australian band INXS. He has toured extensively with INXS throughout South America, Europe & Australasia.
Ciaran’s song ‘Hey Baby Doll’ which was sung by Al Pacino in the critically-acclaimed movie Danny Collins received an Oscar shortlist nomination.
Why I Wrote This Song
I wrote the song as I was inspired by all the talk of climate change, global warming and the environmental problems the world is facing.
In the song I am asking the question ‘what if it all depends on me and you to fix this problem?’.
I care greatly about the issue because I have children and they, and their children, will inherit the problems we are creating today. It is frustrating to watch the climate crisis unfold and so much of it can be averted if we all worked together. Instead Governments play politics and issues get ignored.
Everyone on this planet needs to do our part and everyone needs to take this issue seriously. Music is a powerful tool to raise awareness of any issue and, I hope the song I have written ‘What If?’ contributes in some way to bring focus to the plight of our planet.
Environmental Organisations I Admire
Greenpeace and Global Citizen.