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1 Nunatak plays for Live Earth Antarctica on Wed Feb 22, 2012 9:50 pm

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What must surely be the coolest gig in this summer’s Live Earth
concerts takes place at the British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) Rothera
Research Station. On 7 July the science team’s indie-rock house band, Nunatak will
debut in the global event that features over 100 of the world’s top
musical acts. Concerts from all 7 continents will raise awareness of
climate change world-wide.

Darkness and freezing temperatures isolate the Antarctic continent
during the Southern Hemisphere winter so the only people who can
actually go to the Antarctic concert will be Nunatak’s 17 over-wintering
colleagues. But an astounding 2 billion people worldwide will get to
enjoy the 5-piece combo through broadcasts on TV, film, radio and the
internet.

Nunatak’s lead singer Matt Balmer said,

I can’t believe we’ve been invited to do this it’s a fantastic
opportunity to encourage people of the world to deal with climate
change. We expected to spend our Antarctic winter here at Rothera
quietly getting on with our work and maybe performing at the occasional
Saturday night party. We could never have imagined taking part in a
global concert!

Director of BAS, Professor Chris Rapley, CBE said,

The need to reduce our carbon emissions to avoid serious climate
change is one of the greatest challenges humans have had to confront is a
complex issue that will only be solved by us all working together
scientists, politicians and society. Right now, Antarctic scientists
and our colleagues in the Arctic are taking part in International Polar
Year – the biggest ever globally co-ordinated research effort to help
find the way forward. Hopefully, Live Earth will make a real difference
in public awareness and attract talented young people to become
scientists it’s a cool job with a real purpose. I am looking forward to
Nunatak’s appearance in the Live Earth concert inspiring young people
the world over.

Read more about Nunatak here.

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