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Believe and Kartel collaborate on Poppy Appeal single release

By | Published on Friday 24 October 2014

Joss Stone

Label services companies Believe Digital and Kartel Music Services are working together to oversee the release of this year’s Poppy Appeal single in aid of the Royal British Legion, which is a recording by Joss Stone and Jeff Beck of a 1970s song by folk man Eric Bogle, ‘No Man’s Land (Green Fields Of France)’.

Confirming his company’s involvement in the project, Believe’s Lee Morrison told reporters: “We are thrilled to be working alongside the prestigious Royal British Legion and close business partners Kartel on this momentous campaign for a truly great cause. We’re honoured to help deliver a brilliant single from Joss Stone and Jeff Beck, one which will contribute hugely towards RBL’s Poppy Appeal”.

Meanwhile Kartel’s Charles Kirby-Welch said: “We’re privileged to be working alongside The Royal British Legion with our partners Believe on this fantastic single and would also like to thank our UK physical distribution partners Proper Music Group for their support on this campaign”.

The Royal British Legion’s Director Of Fundraising, Charles Byrne added: “This is a wonderful tribute, inspired by two of our country’s greatest musical talents, Joss Stone and Jeff Beck. In partnering with Believe’s extensive digital distribution network and Kartel’s expertise in project management and physical distribution, we have every confidence the single will be a great success”.

The single will be released on 3 Nov ahead of Remembrance Sunday on 9 Nov. Listen to it here: