It’s #ThirstyThursday - and we’re headed to Navajo country to check on our Diné Water Access Project. We’ll be jamming to this on the way over.
Did you know that 40% of Navajo don’t have clean water or a toilet at home? That’s right here in the US. Contemplate.
It’s #ThirstyThursday - and we tried so hard not to make it a Halloween playlist. We almost succeeded.
RIP Lou Reed
It’s #ThirstyThursday ya’ll - so obviously there’s a playlist. But we thought we’d throw a little knowledge at you too.
Average Water Use, Per Person, Per Day
Some old, some new, none too blue. Jam along with HQ. It’s #ThirstyThursday.
Let’s play a game: one of these songs is the title track on our new #4Liters video. Can you guess which one? (And is that Scarlett Johannson?… Huh?)
Is it just us, or are there a lot of songs on here that reference “peaches”? (Two is a lot, FYI).
We love you so much. That’s why we defend your human right to water. It’s also why we curate a #ThirstyThursday playlist every week on Spotify.
Take a minute and appreciate us… *ahem* … it.
With love from DIGDEEP in Tokyo and LA. Happy #ThirstyThursday!
Keep the Independent Spirit alive with this new #ThirstyThursday playlist on Spotify. We curated it for the 4Liters pop-up experience we’ve been designing.
Guess what? We’re now publishing a #ThirstyThursday playlist every week.
We curate. You jam.
Sorry we’ve been out for a minute, but GOOD NEWS: #ThirstyThursday is now dropping weekly. Boot up the old computer every Thursday AM and discover all the new tunes you need to get through the rest of the week.
It’s that time again - a ThirstyThursday playlist just in time for World Water Day tomorrow. Catch the music we’re playing at DIGDEEP HQ on the third thursday of every month. Happy WWD!
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