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Keep Hush Merch Service launches limited edition t-shirt in aid of Help Musicians UK

The project is a collaboration between Keep Hush founder Fred Conybeare and mental health project, Eott

A t-shirt in aid of Help Musicians UK is available via Keep Hush Merch Service now. 

As part of a new collaboration between Fredy Conybeare, Reprezent DJ and founder of London-based party collective and stream champions Keep Hush, and Brighton-based mental health project Eott, a limited edition t-shirt is on sale now to raise money for Help Musicians UK.

According to the press release, collaboration on the project began over a year ago, with Levvy (eott Founder) approaching Fred and inspiring him to speak out on mental health issues; personal or societal. This led to Fred pushing the ‘Don’t Keep Hush’ message on socials and this collaboration taking place. 

The t-shirt has been designed by Marcus Eubanks, and is on sale for £30. 100% of profits from sales will be donated.

Visit the Keep Hush Merch Service to purchase the t-shirt, which is available until the 12th April, here.

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