Los Angeles musician Dom Liberati will team up with the organization Falling Whistles at the release party for his new album, “The Good Hurt,” Thursday, June 16 at the Good Hurt, 12249 Venice Blvd., Mar Vista.
Doors will open at 8:30 p.m., with Liberati set to take the stage at 10 p.m.
Liberati is a rock artist whose sound blends The Police with Jimmy Eat World and Kings of Leon, an event promoter describes. His new album, “The Good Hurt,” will be released on the first day of summer, Tuesday, June 21. The artist says “The Good Hurt” documents “life, love, and the struggle to make sense of them both.”
For the show, Liberati says he is teaming up with a charity to raise awareness about a cause that he feels very passionately about.
Falling Whistles is an organization that is working towards peace in the Congo. A primary focus of the campaign is to raise money to rehabilitate those affected by the war in the Central African nation.
“It was a no-brainer for me to team up with Falling Whistles,” Liberati said. “These whistles visually and sonically permeate through our desensitized, over saturated media with a message of peace, hope, and freedom in a time of modern chaos. I want to be a vessel in helping spread this message to our generation.”
Members of the Falling Whistles’ staff will be giving a brief speech about the organization. Whistles will also be available for purchase at the show.
Admission is $5.