Musicians release song ‘Let's Say Thanks‘

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Musicians release song ‘Let's Say Thanks‘

Published at 3:23pm 22nd April 2020.

Chris Morris, a former member of the 70s band Paper Lace, has been in touch with musicians all over the UK to produce and release a song giving thanks to the NHS.

From his Cornish studio, Chris was talking with his wife, Hazel, about new song ideas. With the news constantly on in the background, they were inspired to write something to support those on our front line. 

Chris got in touch with musicians from all over the country and, together, they have produced and released a charity single. In total, 13 people were involved, creating everything from the artwork to the lyrics and musical arrangement.

They aimed to create an upbeat, thankful, song supporting everyone involved in the front line during the pandemic.

A sweet pea has been used as the graphic for the single, as this particular flower is traditionally used to symbolise gratitude and the appreciation of struggles. The design, created by Jacob Wood, was the brainchild of Josh Hicks.

'The song was done in samples by myself. I sent this to everyone and they would put their bit on. It’s amazing how this has come together. I’ve never actually met the people involved but I was touched by how many people wanted to join in'.

Chris Morris

The song can be found on Spotify and iTunes and all money raised from purchases will go straight to NHS Charities Together. If you'd like to donate, or find out more, find it on their facebook page, here.

 

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