Suchy is part of the ongoing Bristol24/7 Creative Lockdown series, showcasing how people in Bristol have been getting arty under lockdown.
A musician born and raised in Bristol has written and recorded a song in support of NHS frontline workers.
Suchy is a singer and songwriter who has lived across the city, but currently resides in Hotwells. Her latest song, NHS Heroes, is a thank you to those treating Covid-19 across the country, and is also raising money for NHS Hero Support.
The song was written, recorded and filmed in isolation, and all proceeds from it will go towards the charity, which is supplying PPE to frontline workers.
“It’s up for sale as a choose your own price download to raise money for the charity and to raise awareness of their amazing work,” Suchy, who has recorded an RnB and acoustic version, adds.
“Really hope you like the track. It’s a cause really close to my heart and I’m hoping to spread the word as much as possible.”
Buy the song at www.suchy2.bandzoogle.com/single/14762/nhs-support
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Main photo: Suchy
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