LIONHEART support a children's hospice with new single

For this year's Christmas season, British hard rockers LIONHEART would like to fulfill their own heart's desire and also help other people at the same time. For this reason, the band is releasing two songs, 100 percent of the proceeds of which will go to the children's hospice "Little Havens".

Already on November 29th (1st Advent) the first "The Reality of Miracles - Solstice Mix" will be released as a digital download version. The video with the song also contains pictures and information about the work of the "Little Havens" Hospice.

On December 11, the second track will follow with a new version of "Mary Did You Know", also as a 100 percent charity for the hospice. As a special collectors item the song will not only be released digitally but also as a strictly limited 7" single in white vinyl.

Both can be pre-ordered here https://flying-dolphin-administration.lnk.to/Lionheart-Mary-did-you-know

If you would like to support the hospice independently of the single releases, you will also find all the necessary information here https://www.havenshospices.org.uk/little-havens/

Little Havens Hospice provides palliative nursing and supportive care for babies, children and teens with complex or terminal illnesses. In addition, Little Havens provides overnight accommodation, emergency respite, symptom management and loving end of life care for a child. This requires raising more than £81,000 each week to be there for people. Every gift, no matter how big or small, means an immeasurable amount to the families Little Havens cares for.


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