World musicians release new material for World Sleep Day

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To mark World Sleep Day, 10 artists from across the globe have released 30 new songs and 10 new EPs. The musicians, all from five different labels under Universal Music Group, have created 30 new compositions in total to help provide a serene environment conducive to a restful night's sleep.

The artists include pianist Gina Alice Redlinger, who released her new EP Under the Stars; US composer Teddy Abrams, with three new compositions including space-inspired tracks Nebula and Steampunk Spacecraft; US composer Tom Salta with The Sleep Project; Norwegian composer and pianist Ola Gjeilo with the planet-inspired Saturn and Jupiter and British composer Peter Gregson with Pause, Breathe, and Intake.

World Sleep Day is an annual call to action about the importance of healthy sleep. An internationally recognized awareness event, it focuses on sound sleep habits and overall well-being.

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