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EVENT: May 6 Harper Live at The Fiddlers Elbow In Aid of CALM

harper1Autonomy Agency Presents: Harper Live at The Fiddlers Elbow  w/ Live Support from Demon Wolf, Kaneda & Chapels

May 6th
The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden
£5 Entry // Doors: 7:00pm

Autonomy Agency brings you a night of live music. New upcoming bands from Essex and Greater London will perform, fundraising for CALM and aiming to raise awareness of the rising issue of male suicide in the UK.

Previously playing alongside the likes of Menace Beach and playing The Cribs’ NME Awards aftershow party, Harper will return to The Fiddlers Elbow with this fantastic fundraiser gig, joined by local friends Demon Wolf, Kaneda and Chapels, who will also perform on the night.

George Dunne, Frontman of Chapels says:“ So, on the 6th of May we are due to play alongside three other amazing bands: Demon Wolf, Kaneda and Harper. However, the best part is that we’re lucky enough to be playing and representing a remarkable charity. The work they do – and have done already – to raise awareness of male suicide has undoubtedly helped its prevention and furthermore, the grieving families of those who have tragically lost their loved ones. All of us are extremely keen to show our support, and we hope that we see many new (and familiar) faces who will show theirs too.”

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