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Twin Peaks have announced a new charity event to raise money for Tiny Changes

It'll take place in London later this month.
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Published: 3:24 pm, October 08, 2019
Twin Peaks have announced a new charity event to raise money for Tiny Changes

Twin Peaks have announced a new event to raise money for Tiny Changes.

The charity - set up following the death of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison - supports efforts to improve mental health in children and young people in Scotland.

The band explain: “Mental health is an issue that affects everyone at some point in life; the support, advocacy and research the organisation is funding is vital for young people, and we’re grateful to everyone who will be part of this event for contributing to the effort to make tiny changes. Join us!”

The free event will take place on 17th October at The Goose Island Brewpub in Shoreditch, London. Donations will be taken at the door, and there will be a range of items in a silent auction. The band's label, Communion Records, will match the amount raised on the night, too.

Twin Peaks' latest album 'Lookout Low' is out now.

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