IDLES, Arab Strap, The National, Frank Turner Donate To Tiny Changes Raffle

The charity set up in memory of Scott Hutchison...

A new raffle from mental health charity Tiny Changes has been launched, featuring items donated by IDLES, Arab Strap, The National, and Frank Turner.

The charity was set up in memory of Scott Hutchison – the much-loved Frightened Rabbit founder took his own life in 2018, with Tiny Changes aiming to further his legacy by helping those who require it.

Blending music and mental health awareness, a month-long series of activity has just been launched, including a fantastic raffle. Fans across the globe can enter, with prizes being donated by fellow musicians, many of whom knew Scott, and called him a friend.

So, you can expect two personal lyric books donated by Matt Berninger from The National; an Arab Strap painting, constructed live onstage at Connect Festival by revered Scottish artist Jenny Soep; handwritten lyrics from Frank Turner; a round of golf with Bobby Bluebell (of Scottish pop legends The Bluebells) and Hearts football hero John Colquhoun (Scott was a huge Heart of Midlothian fan, it should be pointed out).

You can also try to win a Fender American Jazz bass guitar donated Adam Devonshire and signed by Idles.

So, start browsing – and donating! – HERE.

Since Scott’s passing fans have been able to pour over a book of his lyrics, as well as a tome dedicated to his visual output.

CLASH celebrates Scott’s lyrical genius with a special feature, in which songwriters like Frank Turner, Craig Finn, Fatherson, and more joined to discuss some of their favourite work from Frightened Rabbit, and his solo output.

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