John McClure of Reverend & The Makers has provided to carry out personal one-on-one reveals for followers who shall be spending Christmas Day on their very own because of new coronavirus restrictions.
The musician first made the supply by way of Twitter on Saturday (December 19) following Boris Johnson’s decision to scrap relaxation of coronavirus rules for Christmas and introduce Tier 4.
The federal government’s new restrictions have pressured hundreds of thousands to change or abandon their Christmas plans, leaving many remoted over the festive season.
“Are any Rev followers genuinely gonna be alone on Xmas day?” McClure requested on Twitter.
Are any Rev followers genuinely gonna be alone on Xmas day?
May zoom ya n play ya a music in that case
Real folks solely plz. You’ll be taking me away from my household so don’t take the piss for those who’ve obtained ya household hiding not far away yeah??
— Reverend&TheMakers ? (@Reverend_Makers) December 19, 2020
“May zoom ya n play ya a music in that case. Real folks solely plz. You’ll be taking me away from my household so don’t take the piss for those who’ve obtained ya household hiding not far away yeah?”
Chatting with the BBC following the gesture, McClure mentioned he’s already been providing personal performances by way of the pandemic.
“Once I’ve seen individuals are struggling on social media or no matter, I’ll simply message them and say, ‘ere are, get your mates on this Zoom or Facetime name’ and I’ll simply play them a few songs,” he mentioned.
“I’m bit cautious of making an attempt to look, like lots of people on the minute, just like the saviour of lockdown, or some kind of Christ determine. So I’m quietly simply making an attempt to do a bit within the background, you realize, to maintain spirits up.”
McClure has been a vocal supporter of frontline staff all through the pandemic. In April he shared a canopy of Bob Dylan‘s ‘Make You Really feel My Love’ which he recorded with his cousin, an essential NHS worker.