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FEET have unveiled a new t-shirt in support of the Music Venue Trust

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Published: 11:57 am, July 03, 2020
FEET have unveiled a new t-shirt in support of the Music Venue Trust

FEET have unveiled a new t-shirt in support of the Music Venue Trust.

Their 'No Funds' tee is released to coincide with the #letthemusicplay campaign, which calls on the government to better support grassroots music venues.

A press release explains: "FEET, and all musicians and venues (and 100’s of thousands of behind the scenes people who rely on the live music industry to make a living are facing devastation in the current Covid restricted world we find ourselves in. This is FEET’s way of trying to help and make noise for a business that they love and cherish, along with millions of music fans around the world."

Pick up the t-shirt now from the band's Bandcamp.

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