Houston Relief Tee + Free Digital Download

Posted on September 07 2017

As a response to the recent events in Houston, Fakelife Clothing is doing what we do. Selling shirts, raising money, giving it away. $12 from every Houston tee will be donated to the Houston Food Bank where every $1 donated provides 3 meals. Not great with math? That means every tee purchase provides 36 meals to a Houston resident.
This two color design will be printed on a soft, poly-cotton blend, heather midnight blue, CANVAS brand tee.
Please note, THIS IS A PREORDER. This shirt will ship approximately 2 weeks after preorder closes.

In addition to this sweet tee, our awesome friends in The Great Heights Band are giving away a FREE digital download to everyone that purchases a Houston tee. Read an excerpt from Neal of The Great Heights Band below.

"Hey everyone... Neal from TGHB here. I was born and raised in Houston and still have a lot of friends and family in the area. Harvey has truly devastated my home town, including neighborhoods that many of my good friends live in today, and are currently trying to recover. For this reason, I am personally grateful to be able to work with Larry and Fakelife to help raise funds for the relief effort. With a purchase of the Houston relief tee, you will receive a free download of our song "Free" off our new album, rad-pop., which will be out soon via CI Records.

Though it is unclear if climate change is the cause of this particular disaster, there is no doubt in my mind that climate change is real and is the greatest threat to human existence. That's what "Free" is all about. It's really important to me to do anything we can to help raise awareness and spread the message that sustainable living is the right and responsible thing to do. Thanks in advance for your help to raise funds needed to feed my home town."
Peace and love,

Check out the song here.


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