Blur, Radiohead and Pink Floyd are among the bands calling on the UK government to abandon proposals to cut off the Internet connections of people who illegally download music.
They are part of the Featured Artists Coalition - an organization that campaigns for the protection of performers' and musicians' rights. The video above features The Boxer Rebellion explaining why they support the group.
Here's what a few members have to say:
FAC members argue that, despite the damage that file sharing does to sales, it can also encourage people to buy tickets and merchandise.
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