The Chemical Brothers release new music on NHS charity compilation: Listen

The Chemical Brothers release new music on NHS charity compilation: Listen

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The Chemical Brothers will feature on a new charity compilation.

Released today via London label Above Board Projects’ Bandcamp, ‘CARE4LIFE’ features over 40 production from both The Chemical Brothers and a more underground selection of artists, including Archie Hamilton, Daniel Avery, K-LONE, Jamie Jones, and Nightwave. 

Proceeds from the 45 track compilation of exclusive music will be donated to NHS Charities Together, who are currently working to provide, in their next round of funding, additional support they feel is most urgently needed by NHS staff, volunteers and patients in their area. They also place particular focus on support for people who are disproportionately affected by the pandemic, such as patients and staff from the BAME communities and other groups including those living with disabilities.

“Through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic we have all developed a new understanding and awareness about the role our frontline health professionals undertake,”CARE4LIFE said in a press release, “and as a nation we are all united in our appreciation of the incredible work they have delivered in the face of much adversity and pressure in the last couple of months.

“In the continued spirit of people coming together in this time of need, the CARE4LIFE project hopes that this amazing collection of music can contribute to easing that pressure by giving some much needed support to these frontline workers from our fellow artists and friends in the music industry and its surrounding community.”

You can buy the compilation, which also features contributions from Big Miz, Dusky, Maya Jane Coles and Pete Tong, here.

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