The Assist release new single in aid of NHS Charities

By April 9, 2020 April 15th, 2020 Culture, News
Walsall band The Assist are back with an unembellished statement on the modern world with their new single ‘LIFE’ all in aid of NHS Charities. The track has already raised over £500 via their Just Giving campaign. The band – who have recently evolved into a five-piece – are one of the UK’s most established underground groups, and have redefined the boundaries of independent music with their acclaimed kaleidoscopic styles, fresh impetus, hope and melody. New single ‘LIFE’ is an honest expression of 21st century frustration. Speaking of the current situation, lead singer Mikey said “Nurses continue to risk their lives for the sake of others, I felt that as an artist I could encourage unity and influence people to try and make a difference. Uncertainty loomed and suddenly we all had a purpose, I’d like for this song to resemble a period in history that will be remembered for the contributions of everyone when it mattered most.” You can donate to the band’s JustGiving page here: