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N.Flying To Release A Song As Part Of Youth Suicide Prevention Campaign

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N.Flying will be celebrating the season of giving by using their music to support a truly valuable cause.

Time and time again, N.Flying has used its music to raise awareness about important issues that the society today needs to pay attention to. For this coming season of giving, the boys will be raising awareness about a difficult yet pressing issue in society – youth suicide and how it can be prevented.

The band will be joining in on the youth suicide prevention campaign by the Life Insurance Social Philanthropy Foundation, by releasing a project song next month. Further details about the song have yet to be released, but fans can be assured that the members took part in writing the lyrics and composing the track.

The track is described as a meaningful song that talks about the struggles of young people, and the importance of listening to their voices.

“We did our best to but our heart into this song, while giving back to our fans,” said leader Lee Seung-Hyeop. “We hope this can serve as a healing song for our listeners.”

Prior to this release, N.Flying has also released songs that raised awareness for animals and children. Earlier this year, N.Flying released “Good To See You“, a campaign that promotes child safety awareness in South Korea. A week later, they released “Waiting for…”, a project that raised awareness for abandoned dogs.

 

Source: Dispatch

Image Source: Life Insurance Social Philanthropy Foundation