AFTER creating a tribute video from their separate homes for frontline workers, Isle of Wight band The Clacks have released the single — with all profits going to charity.

Recording the video for their original song, Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof — the lockdown version, using their mobile phones and bringing the audio together, the song has gone on to be played on Radio Solent.

The Clacks Band member, Chris Quinton said: "We are paying tribute to front line workers and anyone affected by current events, whilst promoting a feeling of togetherness and goodwill.

"It's a very happy, feel good, summertime song already, but the video couldn't have turned out better — we are very pleased with the result."

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Now, the band has released the song as a single on its website with all money raised going to the charity, MIND.

Chris said MIND was chosen as a 'vitally important charity, both during and in the aftermath of this crisis.'

You can buy the song from their website here.