Portishead will regroup subsequent month for his or her first present in 7 years, taking part in a brief set as a part of a Conflict Baby profit live performance supporting aid efforts in Ukraine. The 1200 tickets for the present, which takes place within the band’s Bristol hometown, will likely be raffled off in pairs, however everybody who enters will achieve entry to a livestream. (A single entry is free for individuals who ship a postcard to a UK tackle—see extra beneath.) Donating £10, or round $13, creates three entries. Enter right here earlier than 7 p.m. on April 24.
Idles, Billy Nomates, Katy J Pearson, Heavy Lungs, and Wilderman are additionally taking part in the six-hour live performance. In a press release, Portishead mentioned: “We’re actually happy to have the ability to help the folks of Ukraine by performing a couple of songs at this occasion in collaboration with the superb Conflict Baby charity.”
Large Assault’s Robert del Naja created art work and merch for the present. The UK authorities is matching donations with funding for the concurrent humanitarian disaster in Yemen, based on the Conflict Baby press launch.
To enter without cost, ship a postcard with the entrant’s title, tackle and e-mail tackle in black or blue ink to the next tackle:
WAR CHILD BRISTOL
53-79 Highgate Highway
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