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Local artists recovering from addiction record new album

We Are Not Saints has pulled together eight musicians from Brighton, all in recovery from some form of addiction, for the new album Liberation Through the Looking Glass, which is the label’s first vinyl release – limited to just 200 copies – available to purchase from January 22.Liberation Through the Looking Glass, a genre-spanning collection of pop, indie, soul and singer/songwriter originals, features LGBTQ+ talent such as Annie Murray and represents the equality, diversity, and the ethos of inclusivity that We Are Not Saints is built on.

There is a 50/50 split of male and female, but also individuals from the LGBTQ+ community, the BAME community, and artists from different economic backgrounds to create as diverse a collection as.

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