In collaboration with Torch Songs, a new campaign launched by the mental health charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), British alternative rock troupe Mallory Knox have just released a cover of Coldplay‘s 2000 hit single, ‘Yellow’.
You can stream and listen to the band’s take on ‘Yellow’ below:
In their decision to opt for this song to cover for the project and the cause, frontman Mikey Chapman explains, “Awareness and understanding are so crucial in the fight for mental health, when people understand they can begin to overcome. Much love to CALM and Torch Songs for being a huge part in that. I’ve always loved the melancholic vibe of this song. To care so deeply about someone that your world is rooted in them, and the beauty and struggle that may cause. I don’t know if that’s the intent of the song, but it’s how I feel when I hear it. I love when music can do that to you.”
‘Yellow’ originally featured on Coldplay‘s debut album, ‘Parachutes’.
You can find out more about CALM and the work that they do via their website (here).
Mallory Knox‘s latest full-length album, ‘Wired’, is available now through RCA Records.
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