MMM created a second documentary and its ﬁrst full-length album, both entitled Rwanda: Rises Up!, released in June 2010. This time the documentary followed Steve Bays of Hot Hot Heat, Sarah Slean, Damhnait Doyle, Tim Edwards of Crash Parallel,and legendary producer David Bottrill (Tool, Silverchair, Muse, Smashing Pumpkins) as they traveled to Rwanda to visit the Healing in Harmony program. The documentary looked at Rwanda’s recovery from the devastation of genocide and offered a ﬁrsthand glimpse at how the power of hope changes lives for the better. The broadcast premiere of Rwanda: Rises Up! reached 200,000 households. The accompanying album fused the sounds of local Rwandan artists with the talents of Ian D’Sa of Billy Talent, Cone McCaslin of Sum 41, Classiﬁed, and the Trews. An inspiring work of art, it marked the ﬁrst time many Rwandan artists were paid for their talents.