Slide guitar legend Bryn Haworth releases environmental activism single ‘Enough is Enough’ in response to global deforestation

An exclusive music video to accompany the single has been produced and directed by acclaimed film-maker Nigel Walk.

The project campaigns for the protection of woodlands and forests – locally and globally – for the wellbeing of future generations and wildlife and the sustainability of our planet.

Slide guitarist and Gospel Blues artist Bryn Haworth has collaborated with acclaimed film maker Nigel Walk, for his latest single and video project ‘Enough is Enough’ – lending their skills to the global cry that our trees and forests matter.

The concept was inspired by Bryn’s own experience of seeing a local historic woodland under threat: “When I heard developers planned to demolish the forest behind our garden and build a housing development, my wife and I were swept into the battle to save the woodland and the abundance of wildlife that has flourished there for centuries,” says Bryn.

Although the song was inspired locally it has a far-reaching message: woodlands are in jeopardy across the UK – and globally – as demand for land, crops and money win the battle over the world’s forests.

Listen to and download ‘Enough is Enough’ here

Watch and share the video of ‘Enough is Enough’ here

The song was recorded in collaboration with producer Neil Costello and musicians Mark Edwards and Mal Pope. The film, conceived and directed by Nigel Walk, features 5 year old Poppy who represents the new Gen Z and Gen Alpha in danger of growing up in an increasingly man-made, life-less environment.

“It’s up to us all to do whatever we can individually, so the following generations will have a beautiful Earth to live on. My tree matters, and I hope through this video others will be encouraged to speak out for their trees” – Bryn Haworth.

To show your support, we encourage you to share Bryn and Nigel’s video on your social platforms using the hashtag #MyTreeMatters.

ABOUT BRYN HAWORTH: Bryn came from Lancashire to London in the mid 60s and joined Motown/soul band Fleur de Lys. From there he travelled to the US touring extensively with Wolfgang a band managed by legendary producer Bill Graham. He recorded his first album ‘Let the days go By’ for Island Records in the UK  and worked as a session guitarist with artists including Gerry Rafferty and Joan Armatrading.   His latest album ‘Rebel Man’ is on his own label and he now travels the UK performing concerts, many of them inside prisons.     

ABOUT NIGEL WALK: Director Nigel Walk has made many films about our planet for the BBC and National Geographic – most recently One Strange Rock with Will Smith. He devised the video which was filmed in locations across the South of England in and around London in April 2019.

All carbon emmissions produced in the making of our music video
 have been offset to UK Tree Planting