Portishead release new track ‘Chase The Tear’ for Amnesty International

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Portishead have released a new song for Amnesty International in aid of International Human Rights Day today (December 10).

Called ‘Chase The Tear’, the song is available to download from 7digital.com/portisheadamnesty now. All proceeds go towards Amnesty International, and the charity have also been given the complete rights to the song.

Head to Amnesty.org.uk/portishead to watch a video of Portishead performing the track.

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