Inland Empire Cinema Debut for Charity

Band’s Odeon Cinema Debut for Charity

A London-based band is set to raise funds for charity by donating all proceeds from its latest video premiere.

Inland Empire will launch the video for new single ‘Broken Promises’ at the Odeon Kensington on September 22nd. The band will play a 40 minute set at the swanky venue before the video’s debut. Every penny raised on the night will go to National Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and Variety, the Children’s Charity.

The Psychedelic  rock ‘n’  roll band based in  South West London formed in 2008 and they cite influences ranging from The Doors and  The Libertines,  to The Who and The Strokes. Inland Empire formed with the specific intention of becoming the new sound of British Rock and Roll, producing a mix of psychedelic blues and rock ‘n’ roll, and blending all the aspects of the music that inspired them in the first place.

Talking about the Odeon Cinema show, enigmatic front man Oliver Cotton commented, “This is a gig we have all been looking forward to since we had the date confirmed. Not only do we get to play a massive stage in a great auditorium we also get to show everyone our brand new music video on the big screen. It is also great to help people less fortunate than us through our music”.

Debbie Knights, Community Fundraising Manger for the NSPCC commented: “We are very grateful to both Inland Empire and the Odeon Kensington who have chosen to support the NSPCC through this event. Without the help of our supporters, the NSPCC would not be able to provide its vital services that are so often a lifeline for vulnerable children and young people”

Guests will pay £5 on the door. Doors open 11.30pm and the bar will be open until 2.30am. Check links for details.

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