PUPILS at Caludon Castle School have recorded a pop song in aid of The Myton Hospices.
The Breeze, made up of five pupils from Caludon Castle School, have written and recorded ‘Fight Together’ and will be performing at The Myton Hospice’s Glow in the City event in Coventry City Centre on Saturday (April 1) at 7.30pm.
The five piece group includes (pictured L-R) Jasmine Hutchings,18 (vocalist); Nicole Scarr,18 (vocalist) ; Ben Brookes,19 (bass player); Sonnie Dosanjh,17 (guitarist); and Daniel Starkey,18 (drummer).
Together they wrote and produced the song, at a local recording studio in Coleshill, and hope that people will purchase it in aid of Myton. The CD will be £2 and will be sold at Caludon Castle School, to the bands’ friends and family, and via local businesses, the song will also be available on iTunes for less than £1.
The group is performing at Myton’s Glow in the City event in Coventry City Centre on Saturday 1st April at 7.30pm and will be recording a music video which will be available on YouTube. You can show your support for The Breeze and Myton by going along to watch the band on the night and purchasing the song after it has been released on 1st April.
The band said: “We would like to thank The Myton Hospices; it is a very deserving charity that has allowed us as a band to do what we love the most! We hope that our song ‘Fight Together’ brings many great things for Myton and happiness to everyone who hears it.”
Community Fundraiser for The Myton Hospices, Claire McDowell, said: “We are delighted that these talented pupils from Caludon Castle School have written and recorded a song for us. We have to raise over £8 million each year to provide our services free of charge and we couldn’t do it without the support of our local schools and communities. We can’t wait to see ‘The Breeze’ perform at our Glow in the City event.”
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