Portugal. The Man - Endangered Song album
With less than 400 of these beautiful tigers left in the world, the band has recorded a new track entitled "Endangered Song". The track has only been released on 400 vinyl copies distributed to influencers who are asked to digitize the album
The Man - Sumatran Tiger (the endangered song) VIDEO. The Man - Rich Friends (New Song) - Live @ Fox Theater Boulder 07/19/16. THE MAN - "Atomic Man" (Live at Life is Beautiful 2013)
For Earth Day, Portugal. The Man have teamed up with the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute to create an endangered song on vinyl made from materials that will degrade with time. Limited to 400, this awareness-raising song mirrors the depleting population of the Sumatran Tiger of which there are fewer than 400 left in the wild. As stated on the Endangered Song site: We’ve asked 400 influencers to raise awareness and inspire change by digitizing the previously unreleased song and sharing it online using
The Man The Endangered Song (Sumatran Tiger). Portugal The Man The Home. The Man AKA M80 the Wolf (Live). The Man Creep In A T-Shirt (From the album Evil Friends).
The Man. (Album Cover Art). The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute and National Zoo joined forces to launch the Endangered Song Project, an awareness campaign to spread the message that there are only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild. The National Zoo partnered with Portugal. The Man to distribute a previously unreleased song titled "Sumatran Tiger. The song was lathe-cut onto 400 custom polycarbonate records designed to degrade after a certain amount of plays.
Redirected from Portugal the Man). The Man is an American rock band from Wasilla, Alaska, currently residing in Portland, Oregon. The group consists of lead singer John Baldwin Gourley, Gourley's partner & background singer Zoe Manville, Zach Carothers, Kyle O'Quin, Jason Sechrist, and Eric Howk. Gourley and Carothers met and began playing music together in 2001 at Wasilla High School in Wasilla. Their first two albums, in 2006 and 2007, were released on Fearless Records.
NotesLimited to 400 copies printed on clear vinyl and numbered, insert autographed by the band.
There are only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild. Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservative Biology Institute collaborated with Portugal. The Man to create a record that will go extinct unless it's reproduced. The song is meant to be pulled from the vinyl 7" either via USB or DIY (i.e. cell phone recorder etc..) and shared with the world, as to not go extinct. 400 Sumatran Tigers, 400 records. The record will diminish after so many plays.
endangeredsong.si.edu will go live 04/22/14 wherein the song will be made available directly from those who received copies and chose to share with the world.