Charities 

We love performing, recording songs and shooting music videos for our beloved audience. What we love even more is the platform it gives us to share causes that are dear to us. Here are two charities we have had the chance to work with over the past three years. Please take time to read about them and see how you too could support them.

Honeylands Children's Charity

Our first charity single, Telephone, was in support of a wonderful charity based in Exeter named Honeylands. The charity provide support for children through music therapy, which helps countless children with complex needs to develop their communication skills, social skills, and helps their emotional expression.

This centre is dedicated to complex special needs children and their families so that they get the very best help and support. One way they do this is through Music Therapy which costs Honeylands Children’s Charity in excess of £40,000.00 per year!

Over 100 children each year benefit from the Music Therapy programmes offered to children who attend Honeylands and it helps develop communication, social interaction and emotional expression for children who find language difficult or impossible. It also helps develop fine motor skills, eye contact and self awareness.

So please purchase our single and support this amazing cause!

Robbiesrally

Our latest music video, Chandelier, is in support of Robbie’s Rally, an incredible charity which helps to support and rehabilitate children with brain tumours. We chose to name the single “Robbie’s Record” to pay homage to Robbie Keville who founded the charity aged 9 after watching his mother Kate lose her battle with cancer, and being diagnosed himself.

We hope to do Robbie justice through the art form of A Cappella, something which every one of us is truly passionate about. We are proud to have raised a total of £3,217.08 for the charity - if you would like to donate, here is our justgiving page. The single is available on Spotify and you can find the video here.

Read more about Robbiesrally here