We are delighted that Stiff Little Fingers are continuing their support for the IEF through their pledge campaign. Thanks to fans pledging, the band has now reached their target meaning they can make and release their album. The band has very kindly offered to donate 5% of any money raised after the goal is reached to the Integrated Education Fund.
Fans can pledge money to “pre-buy” the record, spend a day in the studio, signed merchandise and much more while helping the band and the Integrated Education Fund.
Last year, the band used their homecoming gig at Belfast’s Ulster Hall to highlight their support and also to make a financial contribution to the Integrated Education Fund.
Stiff Little Fingers is a punk band originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland made up of Jake, Ali, Steve and Ian. The band formed in 1977 and were at the forefront of the punk movement in Northern Ireland. They were renowned for lyrics and music that melded the personal and political, writing about their experience of life in Belfast with classics like “Suspect Device”, “Wasted Life” and “Alternative Ulster”.
Keep on pledging http://www.pledgemusic.com/artists/stifflittlefingers
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