“Through ongoing conversations and messages that have developed our own knowledge around the subject, it becomes clear that the name is a source of confusion and pain for people,” Pawson wrote in the message. “We loved the name for what it meant to us, but in retrospect, we should have listened more carefully to other voices and acted more quickly. We’ve always tried to affect positive change and, knowing what we’re doing now, it’s right. that we change our name “.
Pawson added that the label has made a donation to the Armenian Institute in London in memory of the people who died and those who survived the genocide. The donation is made before the day of remembrance of the Armenian Genocide, April 24.