New Ironmouse Song Appears in Immune Deficiency Foundation Documentary
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New Ironmouse Song Appears in Immune Deficiency Foundation Documentary

VShojo Vtuber Ironmouse is once again assisting the Immune Deficiency Foundation charity, this time by contributing a song to the documentary Compromised: Life without immunity. The track “Carry On” is available on YouTube ahead of the film’s premiere.

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You can listen to the Ironmouse song “Carry On” below, and the Vshojo Vtuber also helped write the song in addition to performing it.

Ironmouse also shared a statement on social media about the song and performance. In it she also expressed her thanks for those who support her and the charity.

Here’s one of the latest trailers from Compromised: Life without Immunity.

As for the Compromised: Life without immunity documentary, that will debut during the 2024 PI Conference in Chicago, Illinois. The event runs June 20-22, 2024. The screening will be held at 5pm PT/7pm CT/8pm ET on June 21, 2024. In addition to the song from Ironmouse being in the film, she will also participate in the “Meet the Stars of Compromised panel at 7am PT/9am CT/10am ET on June 21, 2024. 

Ironmouse often engages in charity work, particularly for the Immune Deficiency Foundation, with one of the most recent affairs involving fellow Vtubers from VShojo. She hosted a charity Throne of Heresy DND campaign, for example, which also included Bubi, GEEGA, Kuro, Projekt Melody, and Zentreya.

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