Kodaline are set to go busking in London tomorrow (August 22nd) to raise money for CALM.
The Irish band have been strong supporters of the mental health charity, and it's work partially inspired new single 'Brother'.
The group will busk at two sites in London on August 22nd, with all proceeds set to be donated to CALM.
Kodaline will pitch up at Tottenham Court Road Tube Station and Covent Garden’s world famous Piazza, playing stripped back acoustic sets.
Frontman Steve Garrigan says: “We're happy to announce we're supporting CALM. Depression is a silent killer, half the battle is getting people talking, it's ok not to feel ok and it's absolutely ok to ask for help.”
Simon Gunning, CEO of CALM, said: "We rely on the dedication of our supporters in raising crucial funds and awareness of the fact that suicide is the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. As an organisation that has always worked closely with the music community, we're delighted to be working with Kodaline and are honoured that they have chosen to support CALM.”
For more information on the work done by CALM click HERE.
For tickets to the latest Kodaline shows click HERE.