The Assist release ‘Life’ to help aid the NHS
Regardless to the being confined to our homes at the current moment, The Assist have released their new track ‘Life’ in order to raise money for our wonderful NHS.
This track comes after their previous release in 2019 entitled ‘I Don’t Care‘ which was a successful outing for the band. However ‘Life’ carries more weight with the band using the single as a vehicle to raise money for the NHS in this very tough time.
The tracks spans over 5 minutes, giving lead singer Mikey Stanton to get some stuff off his chest about the current climate. This is delivered with funky bass lines and guitar riffs to deliver one of the most important songs from the band to date – which comes across in the track.
Hopefully the Coronavirus pandemic is over soon enough so we can get back out their and enjoy some live music, especially this one from the Midlands act.
The band have already raised £855, so they’re not far off from their £1500 target! – Donate Here
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