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Lymington band releases original Christmas single in aid of charity

Lymington band releases original Christmas single in aid of local charity.

Music in Translation's new single will be released at fundraising gig at the Lymington Centre.

 

Music in Translation have released a Christmas single in aid of Lymington Community CentreLocal indie rock band, Music in Translation have written and recorded an original Christmas song in aid of the Lymington Centre. The single is called 'It’s Xmas Don’t You Know' and was released for download earlier this month.

The release will be accompanied by a fundraising gig in aid of the Lymington Centre at 7pm on Saturday 10 December at the Fuller/Mcllellan Hall. Entry will be by donation. 

The band, which is made up of husband and wife Paul and Nikki Pusey on guitar and vocals, with Jake Chambers on bass and vocals, has been together for three years and performs a wide range of covers, as well as penning original songs.

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Click here to watch It's Xmas Don't You Know

 

The band's new song is available for download from a number of online stores, which can be accessed via the band’s website at www.musicintranslation.eu

 

Download It's Xmas Don't You Know

 

A limited number of CDs will be on sale at the gig on December 10, as well as at the Lymington Centre reception.

 

The proceeds from It’s Xmas Don’t You Know will go to the Lymington Centre.

 

The Lymington Centre is one of only a handful of independent community centres in the UK, with its primary funding coming from memberships and centre users, as well as donations. Opened in 1947, the centre is working to maintain and modernise its large collection of ageing and listed buildings, as well as to continue to provide a range of services for the local community. These include room hire, classes, a cinema, cafe and pre-school. Paul said the centre is also a “safe and welcoming place for people of all walks of life to meet, relax and unwind”.

 

 

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