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Frank Turner shared a new single, “A Wave Across A Bay,” written in honor of the deceased Frightened rabbit soloists Scott Hutchison.

Taken from the track Turner’s upcoming new album “FTHC”Scheduled for release on February 11th.

“The Wave Across the Gulf” Turner sees himself performing an impressive tribute to his late friend Hutchison. He died in 2018. Trek was released with the blessing of Scott’s brother Grant. and first performed by Turner in 2020 on the Frightened Rabbit Covers collection.

Money was raised for that live broadcast Tiny Changes is a mental health charityOrganized by the Hutchison family to provide every child with the “opportunity to live a happy and happy life as an adult”.

“I still miss my friend Scott every day,” Turner said in a statement about his new sister, which you can hear below. “His death has left a huge hole in many lives.

“I wrote this song in his honor and memory. It was very difficult to write and write, but I think it does a little justice to the man.”

profit from the sale of A 7-inch vinyl edition of “Waves Across the Bay.”also shows the cover of Turner’s “The Modern Leper” of the song Frightened Rabbit on the B side, which is being donated to Tiny Changes.

Turner has also released a new live video of the performance of “A Wave Cross A Bay” at The Fiddler’s Elbow in Camden, which you can see above.

Small changes In 2020, it celebrated its one-year anniversary as a charityand talked to about the importance of supporting the mental health of young people.

Back in October, launched a new fund it aims to “support innovative ideas up to £ 10,000”.

“This year has been difficult for many around the world, but we are always inspired by charities and people closer to home who are trying to make as small a change as possible,” the spokesperson said. . “We feel we need to support young people who have felt lonely, anxious and lonely in recent months more actively than ever.”



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