Sting's oldest son, Joe Sumner, has written a new song titled "Hope." The aspiring up and comer has also put together a video with several celebrity friends to encourage voter turnout.
Sumner is a British citizen and can’t vote in the United States, but he says he "can sing. There’s a lot at stake in this election and I want a more united country for my American kids to grow up in.” And his dad adds, “Hope is a powerful and yet elusive concept in these times. So I was moved, along with others, to support Joe’s song of hope and renewal. I hope it connects!”
Appearing in the video are his dad, Ben Folds, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and his wife, Mika Brzezinski, Living Colour singer Corey Glover, Juliana Hatfield, Patti Scialfa, Richard Marx, Southside Johnny and others.
“Hope” will be included on Sumner’s next album, Sunshine in the Night, which will be out in 2021.
[courtesy of Classic Hits Today]