We are Sweet Nothings, an all-female a cappella group from the University of Exeter. We are extremely honoured to be recording our second charity music video and single in aid of robbiesrally - an incredible charity dedicated to the support and rehabilitation of children with brain tumours. Robbie Keville, having watched his own Mother, Kate, lose her battle with cancer, founded the charity age 9 after he himself was diagnosed. Robbie was 10 years old when he died last year. Upon hearing about this charity through two of our members who have close links to the Keville family, we felt strongly about creating a project that would raise awareness and funds for children in the same situation as Robbie.
By coincidence Robbie was a bit of an A Cappella fanatic himself, and so it is with great pleasure and privilege that we name this project robbiesrecord.
We are strong believers in the emotive, poignant and powerful nature of the human voice, and we hope to convey an important message through our own arrangement of Sia's Chandelier, which earlier this year won Best Solo in a national competition.
We hope to do Robbie justice through the art form of A Cappella, something which every one of us is truly passionate about.
The music video is available to watch on YouTube (link below) and any donations in response to it would be hugely appreciated.
The idea is we create something for you and if you like it, you donate anything you can to robbiesrally.
Link to video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8pEP_l_ci4k
To learn more about the Keville Family and why the charity was set up, watch 'robbiesrally: The Backstory' by logging into Facebook and following this link
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