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19 February 2014

Local band release charity song

A Bristol band have released a charity single to help raise money in memory of Freddie Hussey, who tragically died last month. 

The three-year-old was hit by a trailer while walking along Parsons Street in Bedminster, with his mother Donna.

Indie band, Levi Valentino, are friends with Freddie’s uncle David Sims and after recording the song in Stapleton, they sent the track to David who played it to the family. 

Freddie’s family gave their blessing for the track to released in Freddie’s name, with all proceeds going to Wallace and Gromit Appeal at Bristol Children’s Hospital. 

The song has already appeared in the Independent Singles Chart Top 20 and has been downloaded nearly 500 times in less than a week. 

You can support this cause download Freddie's Song via iTunes or Amazon.

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