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  • Writer's pictureAndy Wors

'Penny Police' - 'Take On A Little Love' (in support of 'Help Musicians UK'

We've got a couple of slightly 'different' things today, and the first is a Danish artist who has recorded a lovely song in aid of the British charity 'Help Musicians UK'. This is a great charity that supports musicians in need (and their families) of all genres, and at all stages in their careers and in retirement too - we've included the links below, please have a look below if you have chance.

Anyhow, as part of their awareness and fundraising campaigns they are about to release ''SMOKE RAINBOWS (MUSIC MINDS MATTER)'' - a compilation of Various Artists who have recorded songs in aid of Help Musicians UK’s’ Music Minds Matter mental health support. And one of the artists to be featured is Danish artist 'Penny Police' - the project of musician Marie Fjeldsted.

Marie Fjeldsted is clearly delighted to be involved in such a great project, and it's also given her the opportunity to record at the prestigious Abbey Road studios in London - ''Wow. Just wow. I can’t think of a better way to support Help Musicians UK and through them musicians going through a hard time. To record in these outstanding and historical surroundings with such a wonderful and passionate team around us was a dream come true.'

The song 'Take On a Little Love' is such a lovely song, and it is the quality of the vocals that really make it stand out, Marie Fjeldsted's voice is just breathtaking, and the piano which accompanies it just has a great sound to it too. Watch the video that they made here:

For the latest information on Penny Police visit her on Facebook here or on her website, and please check out the amazing work that 'Help Musicians UK' do over here in the UK by visiting them here.

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