Paste has been following the story of the documentary Imba Means Sing since we met writer/producer Erin Bernhardt years ago and helped put on an event with The African Children’s Choir with The Lone Bellow. Meeting the kids that night, it was obvious the good the choir has been doing for years.
The film follows eight-year-old Moses, drummer for the choir. Born in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, to parents who couldn’t afford to send him to school, Moses travels with the rest of the choir around the world to perform and find hope for a better life.
The story of Moses—along with choir members Angel and Nina—is released worldwide today. Check out an exclusive clip of the choir performing above.