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The brilliant Thirty One Songs goes off sale today, March 12th, so that means you only have a limited time left to get your hands on this beautiful gatefold double album and help raise money for CALM.

“Thirty One is beautifully conceived and produced in the tradition of Factory” Peter Saville, 2012

This remarkable album and campaign was launched a year ago by Esther O’Callaghan and Danny Keehan at Factory Foundation in Manchester, with the aim of raising enough money to help CALM expand the helpline service to 7 days a week.  We achieved this on Nov 1st 2012.  Their tireless hard work and dedication to both Thirty One songs and to CALM, has been truly inspirational, and we cannot thank them enough.  Due to their hard graft over the past twelve months promoting the album and hosting Thirty One live events attracting an audience of over 60,000 people, they have raised £30,000 for CALM and counting, which means we are also now in a position to look into establishing a Greater Manchester CALMzone, which opens up even more opportunities for them to raise money and awareness for CALM in the North West, our spiritual home and birthplace of the charity 16 years ago.

Featuring 31 Manchester artists, including Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Delphic, Everything Everything, Elbow & I Am Kloot, Thirty One Songs is testament to the rich legacy of the Manchester music scene, with all profits going straight to CALM.

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!  Make sure you buy a copy HERE and help support Thirty One Songs and enable CALM to continue to offer a vital service for men who have hit a wall or are in crisis.

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