Kodaline’s London charity busk

Kodalines London charity busk

Irish pop group busk in London to support CALM suicide charity

Irish rockers Kodaline gave their UK-based fans a treat last week as they took to the streets of London to busk in aid of a suicide charity.

CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably) is an award-winning charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK.

Kodaline frontman Steve Garrigan said: “We’re happy to announce we’re supporting CALM. Depression is a silent killer, half the battle is getting people talking, it’s ok not to feel ok and it’s absolutely ok to ask for help.”

Kodalines London charity busk

The band, who started their busking at Tottenham Court Road station before moving to Covent Garden, recently released a new single Brother.

Their debut album In A Perfect World has over one million copies worldwide, their Vevo videos have been viewed over 200 million times and they sell out venues all over the world. But they still found time to hang out with their fans in London, in aid of this good cause.

Check out images and videos from their busking below.

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