(TRR) – Like Machines have released an acoustic version of their song “Destitute” to support the newly-formed MusiCares Relief Fund. The fund aims to support those working the music community affected by COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent cancellation of thousands of music events.
“During these trying times, we need to all come together,” the band said in a statement. “We’ve created an acoustic version of our song “Destitute” to try and help those affected by COVID-19.
In order to do our small part, 100% of the proceeds made from this song will be donated to The Recording Academy’s MusiCares Relief Fund, which helps our peers in the music community affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
We know a lot of people probably feel destitute right now, but we hope this song can help show a light at the end of the tunnel. Every little bit helps. Please everyone be smart and stay healthy. We’re all in this together. We hope you enjoy.”
Like Machines are comprised of vocalist/guitarist Andrew Evans, bassist Tanner Hendon, and drummer Cheney Brannon. Both Evans and Hendon are former members of The Stir. Like Machines spent much of 2019 in the studio recording a series of singles.