Irish singer-songwriter Caroline Kay teamed up with Snapchat stars The White Moose Café, otherwise known as Paul Stenson and Jason Kidd, to release a stunning charity single.
The charity single cover of Never Enough was released alongside an emotional music video, in which seven brave people spoke about losing a loved one to suicide.
The video was directed by Gerard Walsh and produced by Paul and Jason, and featured the stunning vocals of Caroline – who released her debut EP last year.
By releasing the charity single, their aim is to continue the conversation surrounding mental health, and all proceeds will go to mental health/suicide prevention charities.
The music video has already struck a chord with thousands of people, as it has over 149k views on The White Moose Café Facebook page.
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If you haven’t bought my new charity single – please do and help us (@whitemoosecafe & @gerardwalshfilmmaker) raise as much money as possible for mental health charities! Although it’s not just about raising money, we also want to break the taboo around mental health and spread a message of hope! You can buy it on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Music, but if you can’t buy it, share the music video by @gerardwalshfilmmaker with someone you think it might help – link to video is in my bio! 💛 Thank you to @fergal_k for editing two of his own stunning photos together for the image cover of the single. #charity #single #neverenough #thegreatestshowman