NEWS: Music Support launches first fundraising gig with To Kill a King
The 14th – 20th May 2018 is Mental Health Awareness Week. If you work in the music industry, you can find out how you can look after your own mental health and the people around you by heading to Music Support.
The band will perform at Omeara, London, for a special fundraising show and will be bringing along Charlie Barnes and Monty Taft in support.
Proceeds from ticket sales will go to Music Support to help the charity achieve their mission of ensuring that no one in the UK music industry suffers mental or emotional health or addiction issues alone.
Music Support continue to offer vital lifelines to those that work in music including a 24/7 helpline, festival safe tents, crisis support and workshop training. The support offered is open to anyone who works in the music industry, artists to managers, crew to security and everyone in between.Money raised from this event will go towards ensuring that more people are aware of the services provided and that services continue to reach those that need it most.
Following the release of their recent album “Spiritual Dark Age” in January 2018, To Kill A King have already completed a successful UK headline tour, supported Bastille on the “Reorchestrated” tour and are about to head out to Europe.
“Music Support do incredibly important work in an industry that can be exploitative of its artists and when we were asked to get involved, we jumped at the chance. Omeara is one of our favourite small venues and we’re planning on making it a really special night,” said guitarist, Grant McNeill.