Raising Our Voices: Ignorance is Violence – Sweet Imperfections’ Powerful Single on Climate Change

In today’s world, music has become a potent tool for communication. Artists are using their voices to inspire, provoke dialogue and catalyze change. One musician doing just that is Bri Schillings, known by her stage name Sweet Imperfections. With her recent single “Ignorance is Violence”, she addresses a critically important issue – climate change. This thought-provoking song aims to raise awareness and galvanize individuals and communities to act, making it the anthem of our time when it comes to fighting climate change.

Sweet Imperfections: The Artist Behind the Music

The singer-songwriter, Bri Schillings, is the soulful force behind Sweet Imperfections. Taking listeners on a journey of healing, wonder, and adventure, her sultry, rich voice, combined with her indie rock style, creates an inspiring and compelling auditory experience. Schillings’ connection with nature and sound from childhood has shaped her musical path, leading her to explore a variety of instruments and discover a captivating world through her music.

Schillings’ music is born from real-life experiences, personal adversities, love, and a deep-rooted connection with nature. The depth of her motivation creates music that holds the power to influence minds, challenge the status quo, and create movements. The songwriter shares, “I write about things I feel strongly about. Real stories. Real narratives. Songs with spirit in them. Songs with solutions. Songs with questions. I see the power music has to influence and bring attention to current events and create movements.”



Exploring the Message of “Ignorance Is Violence”

“Ignorance is Violence” was an outcome of Schillings’ personal encounter with the devastating impacts of climate change. This experience led her to express her feelings and observations through this powerful single. It carries a clear message that our ignorance towards climate change is indeed a form of violence.

The lyrics “smoke filled air covering the earth everywhere we go, it feels like the whole world is getting ready to explode” depict the urgency of the situation, indicating the severe consequences of our ignorant actions. The wailing guitar line acts as a desperate cry for help, symbolizing the dire situation our planet is in. The song’s driving beat represents the energy we need to address this issue head-on. Despite the somber subject matter, the song ultimately aims to inspire hope and determination. Schillings wanted her song to inspire individuals and groups to take action to counter the impacts of climate change.

Every single person can contribute to the fight against climate change. Small actions like reducing waste, conserving energy, and raising awareness about the issue can make a huge difference. Collective efforts can exponentially magnify the impact. Initiatives like community clean-ups, tree planting drives, and advocacy for climate-friendly policies can bring about significant change.

Music, like “Ignorance is Violence”, can play an essential role in creating awareness and spurring people into action. Artists can use their platform to educate their audience and motivate them to join the cause.

“Ignorance is Violence” by Sweet Imperfections is more than just a song. It’s a call to action, a plea for change, and a source of inspiration for everyone to contribute towards a healthier planet. Schillings’ hope is that her music will not just entertain but also educate and inspire her audience to take climate change seriously. So, let us heed her call, take responsibility for our actions, and contribute towards preserving our precious planet.

Through “Ignorance is Violence”, Sweet Imperfections has set the stage for a crucial conversation about climate change. It’s a powerful reminder of the damage our negligence can cause and the urgent need for action. With this thought-provoking anthem, Schillings has proven that music can indeed be a catalyst for change, influencing minds and inspiring action against the pressing issues of our time.





–Chuck Wolfson