Bands support young adults with cancer with new merchandise

ROYAL BLOOD, WOLF ALICE, EVERYTHING EVERYTHING AND OH SEES DESIGN NEW RANGE OF EXCLUSIVE BAND T-SHIRTS TO BENEFIT YOUNG ADULT CANCER SUPPORT CHARITY TREKSTOCK

Today, young adult cancer support charity Trekstock, announce the new collection from their Yellow Bird Project, the band tee fundraising initiative to support young people with cancer. The new collection, available now, features original designs from internationally-celebrated artists including Royal Blood, Wolf Alice, Everything Everything and Oh Sees. T-shirts retail at £22 with 100% of all proceeds going directly to Trekstock.

Founded in 2006 but re-launched by Trekstock in 2017, The Yellow Bird Project brings together some of the biggest and best artists in the world to raise money for its work supporting young adults in their 20s and 30s as they live with, through and beyond cancer. 

34 young adults in their 20s and 30s are told that they have cancer every day in the UK. Thanks to advances in cancer research and treatment, many of these will survive but at what cost? Many of the psychological, social, health & wellbeing and information needs of this group go unmet. Trekstock exists to fill this gap offering a bespoke service nationwide for young adults, as they live with, through, and beyond a journey that doesn’t stop when treatment for cancer ends.

The newest collection includes four exclusive shirts with original designs, ranging from hand-drawn illustrations by the artists to never before seen artwork. The collection includes unique designs by Brit award-winning rock duo Royal Blood and Grammy-award nominated Wolf Alice, who have just released new single ‘Yuk Foo’ and announced a new album coming this year. Wolf Alice’s design features a hand-drawn illustration by the band’s front woman Ellie Rowsell.

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