Newly formed punk band Guilt raise cash for charity with first song


Photo by Sam Dearden

After members of newly formed London based punk band Guilt had a tough time of things in 2015, it was time for a fresh start.

The five piece found that fresh start in the support of each other and decided to begin writing music, the result is their debut track ‘Everblue’ which premièred on Noisey.

Featuring three former members of one of the most influential UK bands or recent times in the shape of Kerouac, Guilt is something completely different, taking influences from bands like Deftones and Nothing.

All the money made from the downloads of ‘Everblue’ throughout May – which also comes with a second track ‘Low Scene’ – will be donated to the charity CALM.

CALM is a mental health charity which aims to prevent male suicide..

The band told Noisey says: ‘We were lucky enough to have each other in this process but some people aren’t, and that’s why the work CALM does is so important.

‘This band was always meant to mean more so anything that can be done to benefit this charity, we’re happy to help.’

To find out more about the work that CALM do visit their website HERE and you can download Guilt’s two tracks here




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