project than Portishead'slatest album, Third (TMT Review). Released December 10, the track is available in digital format here from 7digital. It's not free, but at 99 cents -- with all earnings going to Amnesty in support of the UN's "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," it's not a bad deal either, at least if you support human rights."Chase the Tear"> project than Portishead'slatest album, Third (TMT Review). Released December 10, the track is available in digital format here from 7digital. It's not free, but at 99 cents -- with all earnings going to Amnesty in support of the UN's "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," it's not a bad deal either, at least if you support human rights."Chase the Tear"> project than Portishead'slatest album, Third (TMT Review). Released December 10, the track is available in digital format here from 7digital. It's not free, but at 99 cents -- with all earnings going to Amnesty in support of the UN's "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," it's not a bad deal either, at least if you support human rights."Chase the Tear">

Portishead Releases “Chase the Tear” Single as Benefit for Human Rights

"Chase the Tear" -- a new Portishead
single, features their usual dark-electronica sound, perhaps sounding a
little more like Geoff Barrow's Beak> project than Portishead's
latest album, Third (TMT Review). Released December 10, the track is available in digital format here from 7digital. It's not free, but at 99 cents -- with all earnings going to Amnesty in support of the UN's "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," it's not a bad deal either, at least if you support human rights.
"Chase the Tear"'s release coincides with the 61st anniversary of the
adoption of the document expressing basic human rights on a global (rather than national) level.

Not sure if you want to fork over a buck? Well, you can view the black-and-white music video here.

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