12 feminine drummers have come collectively for a brand new charity single to lift consciousness for mental health points in younger musicians.
‘Little Drummer Lady’ is the brainchild of drummer Charlotte and producer Kerr from The Echo Lab Music Studios in Scotland.
In addition to elevating consciousness of psychological well being points, the track additionally goals to deal with gender disparity in competition line-ups and the music trade at giant.
“We’ve been impressed to keep watch over all of our younger college students and bands, from listening to concerning the lack of Frightened Rabbit frontman, Scott Hutchison – whose band impressed me to enter the music enterprise,” Charlotte mentioned. “Scott was so trustworthy in his song-writing and helped so many individuals via their very own struggles.
“This has impressed us to proceed his imaginative and prescient and assist others that want assist in any method we will, however especial supporting the charity that was arrange in his title.”
Talking concerning the strategy of getting the monitor collectively, Kerr added: “Getting 12 drummers to stability with one another was an unimaginable problem. Within the ultimate combine there have been over 120 particular person drum tracks from not solely completely different artists with their very own fashion and approach, however fully completely different kits that had vastly completely different sonic traits.
“The quantity of texture and depth to the ultimate monitor created by the artists, was a surprise to combine.”
Earlier this 12 months, Scott Hutchison’s brother and Frightened Rabbit bandmate Grant spoke to NME about the first year of their Tiny Changes charity.
“Younger individuals want quite a lot of assist and a focus, and it’s one thing that impacts nearly all people,” mentioned Grant. “Not each younger individual will undergo from poor psychological well being, however our strategy is a preventative one. We need to give them the instruments and the abilities to cope with it, even once they’re at a degree once they don’t want them.”