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Spencer Flay

If you need your spirits raised, Key Workers raises spirits more than a drunken seance. Funded by The Bristol Port Co. where Spencer works himself as a key worker, the entire proceeds are being donated to Southmead Hospital Charity and NHS Charities Together. After a target of £500 and a crazy successful live streaming event, a total of over £1,200 was raised - thank you!

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Podcast

 

Singer-songwriter Spencer Flay celebrates his Key Workers success. He is joined on the show by The Baltics and their indie debut Carbon Theme Park, alongside Edith’s return to the show with her newest single Never Stay Too Long. As a special tidbit, we bring you artist manager Alex Dale-Staples rapid-fire guide to new artists in the present climate.

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Edith

 

Back from her time with us in February, Edith has just dropped her new single Never Stay Too Long. Sleek and emotive, it draws you in like a magnet. Keep an eye out for the HUNT remix coming midnight June 5th, and her socials are a good place to catch a live-streamed event. There’s been a few recently, so worth watching out for!

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The Baltics

 

Young and from Newcastle, The Baltics let out their single Carbon Theme Park at the end of April. It does have something Baltic-indie about it, but is infused with that Brit-indie lyrical flair we’ve all come to love. The single is doing incredibly well and there’s more coming out towards Autumn. In the meantime, we’ll have to keep our eyes peeled.

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