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Long Sutton guitar teacher and Skegness bandmates record single virtually to raise money for the NHS

A guitar teacher is helping to raise money for the NHS by releasing a charity single with his band.

Stef Judd, who works in Long Sutton Primary School and was originally from Sutton Bridge, has been busy during lockdown writing and recording What Really Matters with his Flatland Kings bandmates Liam Madison and Sam Ellis.

Rather than their usual method of writing and recording, they have had to rely on technology to complete the single as Mr Judd lives in Terrington St Clement while his colleagues are in Skegness.

Flatland Kings have released a charity single (34501014)
Flatland Kings have released a charity single (34501014)


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Mr Judd said: "I am really pleased with how it has turned out. This is not how we usually write and it is slightly different to our other songs. It has got a different sound.

"We wanted to show our appreciation to the NHS and the key workers so we thought we would raise some money."

Normally, the country rock band, which were formed last year, prefer to write in the same room but on this occasion each record their parts and email it on. Mr Judd and Mr Ellis both have their own studios at home.

The band has also been busy during lockdown producing an EP which is due to be released on Friday, May 29.

If you would like to download What Really Matters, which costs £1, please go to www.flatlandkings.com

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