The Click Five have partnered with MTV EXIT to produce a music video to their track "Don't Let Me Go",
from their upcoming album TCV. MTV Exit is a campaign to raise awareness & increase prevention of human trafficking in Europe and Asia.
Lead singer Kyle Patrick says:
"We've had the amazing opportunity to work with MTV EXIT and use our music as a medium to raise awareness about the issue of human trafficking. I've always seen music as an escape from reality, and that became even more apparent when we performed at the Somaly Mam shelter for victims of trafficking in Cambodia. For those few hours, we were able to give the victims a chance to forget what they had been through. That is what music is all about, and if it can be helpful in a situation like this, we're very happy to be able to do that."
The Click Five have supported MTV Exit since 2008 when they were invited to play in Cambodia at Angkor Wat, a 12th century temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site.