Some of our favourite Scottish artists come together this October to celebrate the songs of the iconic Elliott Smith, in aid of the mental health charity Tiny Changes. Line up: James YorkstonRachel SermanniBroken RecordsSiobhan WilsonCarla J EastonKate Lazda (Kid Canaveral)Harry HarrisLittle KingMatt Norris … & more TBA!
Neil spoke to The Scottish Sun in support of their new campaign, Mind the Future, focusing on improving services for children and young people who are struggling as well as teaching students about mental health in schools. Read the article here: https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/scottish-news/4646487/frightened-rabbit-scott-hutchison/ #TinyChanges#MakeTinyChanges
A huge thank you to all the riders that braved strong winds and downpours last weekend to complete a 20 mile scenic ride in the hills around Selkirk in order to raise over £4,000 for Tiny Changes! Read more about this year's annual Ex-Standard Bearers Charity Ride here: https://www.bordertelegraph.com/news/17876701.riders-brave-weather-boost-tiny-changes-charity/ #TinyChanges#MakeTinyChanges
In commeration of Scott Hutchinson and to celebrate the 10 year annivesary, Frightened Rabbit are re-relasing their 'The Midnight Organ Fight' album but with a twist. All 17 tracks will be covers of the orignial songs. These covers are recorded by a variety of stars from Biffy Clyro to Benjamin Gibbard. The band stated in an Instagram post that they wanted to "avoid the usual approach" to album anniversaries and would rather want to hear their fellow artists interpretations of their music.
We are excited to announce the launch of Tiny Changes, a Scottish mental health charity set up in memory of Scott Hutchison who died by suicide in May 2018 after a lifelong battle with depression and anxiety. In an effort to turn this tragedy in to something positive and to provide help and support that we feel is missing from today's society we plan to make tiny changes to young people's lives through education and inspiration.Cases of mental illness in young people and children
Scottish superstar Lewis Capaldi took TRNSMT festival by storm in July. After months of back and forth between Lewis and Noel Gallagher, where Noel suggested he looked like something out of Star Wars, Lewis came to the stage wearing a Chebacca mask to perform his set. Capaldi handed the mask back to the festival staff after with it signed. The DF concerts staff took the intitiative to auction it on eBay and donate all proceeds to the Tiny Changes foundation. The listing