When they premiered “One Good Day” at The FADER the other week, Control Top told us that they “set out to write a song with a positive message that didn't sound trite, which is harder said than done.” A song about working on yourself for the betterment of your community, delivered with the same howling fury that Control Top delivers everything, it’s a necessary shot of anger in the middle of a crisis. Their raw performance of the song from their Philly basement, submitted exclusively to Digital FORT, captures their righteous outrage perfectly.
Digital FORT is a two-day event bringing together over 100 artists to help raise money for those hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. To find a full list of charities, funds, and resources we’re highlighting throughout FORT, click here.
Control Top specifically wanted to highlight Tour Support, a mental health nonprofit for the live music industry offering independent touring contractors whose tours have been postponed or cancelled one month of free online therapy through Better Help (apply here). In addition, Shading the Limelight is offering the Tour Support community two free weeks (March 17–28) of emotional wellness coaching (email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment).