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‘Buildings are more than bricks’: Chill Pill on the fate of Glasgow’s Red Road Flats

Chill Pill are in residence at the Guardian, and this week poet Adam Kammerling wrote a touching spoken word response to the plans to demolish Glasgow’s Red Road flats live on television as part of the Commonwealth Games. With backlash over people’s homes and history being publicly demolished in such a spectacle, Adam brings a poignant perspective for the second instalment of Chill Pill’s Guardian takeover. Click on the image below to have a watch:

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Chill Pill will be hosting and performing at Chill Pill: The Big One at the Albany on 24 April. For more information and tickets, click here.

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‘Unplug the unnecessary’: Chill Pill’s Response to Earth Hour

Simon Mole and Mr Gee of Chill Pill created a spoken word response to Earth Hour, which appeared on The Guardian website today. The poem is inspired by news stories about the UN warning over the world’s food supplies and how lights were switched off at famous landmarks in cities around the world for Earth Hour.  Click on the image below to have a watch: 

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Chill Pill will be hosting and performing at Chill Pill: The Big One at the Albany on 24 April. For more information and tickets, click here.

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