LIMF TV: Neil Noa sings Rise and Fall at LIMF 2017 in support of the Tyred Campaign
A very special performance took place at LIMF 2017 this evening for a cause that the whole city is backing.
Artist Neil Noa took to the It’s Liverpool Stage to perform Michael Molloy’s track ‘Rise and Fall’ in a bid to raise awareness about the dangers of old tyres.
The campaign calls for a ban on the use of tyres older than ten years on buses, coaches and minibuses following a fatal accident which resulted in three people losing their lives and left many more seriously injured. The Tyred campaign has been launched by Frances Molloy, mother of Michael Molloy who tragically lost his life at the age of 18 after the coach he was on crashed when travelling back from the music festival, Bestival.
Watch as Jay caught up with both Neil and Fran ahead of the performance at LIMF 2017. Click here to find out more and get behind this incredibly important cause.