The song, about refusing to stay silent, standing up for what you believe in and making some “noise,” is now available for purchase on iTunes.
One hundred percent of the proceeds raised through the sale of the single will go to benefit Broadway Impact, the organization mobilizing for marriage equality that Creel co-founded with Rory O’Malley (The Book of Mormon) and Jenny Kanelos.
To promote the single, Creel and Roth, along with Newsies star Andrew Keenan-Bolger, created a new music video for “Noise.” The music video tackles the entire history of the gay rights movement, and presents it as a pop-visual presentation.
"I’ve always been a believer in the power of art – and music in particular – to inspire change," said Creel in a statement. "I hope this song motivates people to take action, fight complacency and stand up for what they believe in."
Broadway Impact is a non-profit organization composed of theatre artists and fans who support marriage equality. To check out the music video, look below: