Le Soldat Pony – Luna Comes to Me in a Dream
by Telofy, September 5, 2013 at 3:49 pm EST
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By Sofas and Quills

By Sofas and Quills

Here another song from Le Soldat Pony’s album Before These Mighty Skies.

Le Soldat Pony released the album completely dedicated to the altruistic causes of Your Siblings, and as such it is also available as thank you for every donor to Seeds of Kindness 3 alongside A Beautiful Heart.

Here Le Soldat Pony’s official, bilingual description from Bandcamp:

A weird folk/ambient album, which is considerably different from my last, but again owes massive thanks to Nohbdy XIII, And the Rainfall, and Eccentrifuge for the continued support and critique. Il faut remercier SaigneurGuerrier; ‘La maison errante’ s’est passé seulement avec ton aide, et j’ai beaucoup de gratitude. And as always, thanks to Telofy, InC, Bronies for Good, and Your Siblings for being so easy to work with in directing the proceeds their way.

If you buy it through Bandcamp, they take a share, so to maximize what goes to the valuable causes that Your Siblings and thereby Seeds of Kindness 3 support, please go through our donation page.

Here are said causes, as described in the main Seeds of Kindness 3 announcement.

The first of our projects has already been funded thanks to GalaCon! The second project is a guest house that will be built close to the Another Hope orphanage in Uganda so that tourists who visit the region—and they are already in contact with local tourism businesses—will pay for many of the running expenses of the orphanage such as the school fees and medical bills of the children. All the while, they will also save the costs of accommodations for their volunteers. The third and largest project is for Green Life: To extend their agricultural program, which they run for and with the street children in their care, they want to acquire another field and more animals, build a rainwater tank, and supply one of their buildings with solar energy. Another solar energy installation will benefit educational activities for the children—such as welding, music, and pottery. All these new or expanded activities are designed to meet the needs of the children and moreover yield a surplus, again, to cover such expenses as medical bills and school fees.

We still need a little under €28,000!

Video after the break!