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Musicians band together for Sunflowers charity


Ahead of World Mental Health Day tomorrow, October 10th, singer Lotty Law and musician John Dunne have released a new video to support Stonehouse-based Sunflowers Suicide Support.

“A while ago, John asked me if I would be interested in joining him in singing a duet on one of his music videos,” explained Lotty.

“We decided on this beautifully crafted song, Don’t Give Up by Peter Gabriel, featuring Kate Bush. The lyrics seem to resonate so well with what so many people are experiencing in the world, at this time.

“We also thought it would be a fine opportunity to help raise awareness, and possibly funds for a fantastic local charity. We decided to donate to Sunflowers Suicide Support. This charity helps those who have been affected by suicide.

“John has put together an amazing arrangement he is a fantastic and talented musician and vocalist.”

Lotty also recently sang some backing vocals for Johnny Hates Jazz.

The fundraising page can be found here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/lotty-law

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