STANDING STRONG AGAINST BULLYING
VOICE FOR ACCEPTANCE
A SOUTH LAKE entertainer is using his latest music clip to bring attention to bullying.
Phil Walleystack released his first album, Strong, in 2012.
Track Man of Culture proved particularly popular due to its personal message about identity and being proud of who you are.
“I try to push the message that we should be accepting of all cultures,” Walleystack said.
The former Southern River College student recently completed a music video for the song, which he hopes will push the message to a broader audience.
It was partly filmed in Fremantle.
“The video gets the message across that we are all the same,” he said.
“We all have our own different cultures, but we can walk together as one and that shows in this video.”
Part proceeds from sales of the song will be donated to anti-bullying organisation Kidzucate. Walleystack said he was keen to help, having had to work through his own adversity.
That included being refused entry into a venue because of his Aboriginality.
“We all need to be more accepting and kinder. It’s really that simple,” he said.
The track can be purchased on iTunes.
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South Lake’s Phil Walleystack is using his track Strong to bring attention to bullying.