Spreading the Message of Seeking Help When Needed: ‘Signs’, a song and music video presented by Singapore Children’s Society
The pandemic has resulted in some confusion and anxiety for children and youth – it can also be stressful for adults. Earlier last year, Singapore Children’s Society responded with a series of resources that can help both young and old through these challenging times.
Top row: MD Hilman Bin Azmi, Tommy Lee Jun Feng, Aidil Taguinod Bin Noorzein
Bottom row: Foo Ai Ling Joanne, Toh Ree Yeo, Gokul S/O Sivakumar
Following this, a group of eight youth members from our youth centre, JYC @ Children’s Society (GIG @ JYC), embarked on a year-long project to write and produce a song accompanied with a music video to raise awareness on the need of seeking help when one experiences early signs of distress.
This music video, called ‘Signs’, aims to help youth identify signs of distress and remind them that support can be found around them. This was a ground-up initiative by youth members who wrote the lyrics and melody and with support from Snakeweed Studios for the sound recording.
Presented by Singapore Children’s Society
Performed by Aidil Bin Taguinod Noorzein, Gokul S/O Sivakumar, Foo Ai Ling Joanne, Mohammad Hilman Bin Azmi, Toh Ree Yeo, Tommy Lee Jun Feng
Video Edited by Charles Angelo
Video Directed by Rachelle Lau Yi Xuan
Recorded by Snakeweed Studios
Staff Mentors: Harveer Kaur, Muhammad Syzwi Bin Abdul Shukor from JYC @ Children’s Society
This music video is also available on all our social media platforms. Share it to encourage someone today!