Fresh from a headlining set at Download Festival last week, Manchester genre-defying soundclash outfit Sonic Boom Six are excited to announce they have just struck a retail deal with Bravado/Universal Music to manufacture a range of t-shirts based on their "Rude Girl" character created by Si Mitchell.
The first of these t-shirts has been licensed to sell in Selfridges/Primark and all profits will be donated to Teenage Cancer Trust. The t-shirts will also be available in a select number of Primark stores in towns where there is a Teenage Cancer Trust unit. Laila Khan from Sonic Boom Six quoted "It's great to be able to help out an amazing charity such as Teenage Cancer Trust. We've felt the issues relating to cancer personally within our own fans and within our own families and we know only too well what great work the charity does".
Sonic Boom Six’s management company, Trashed Management have had a long standing relationship with the Teenage Cancer Trust and are thrilled to be able to continue this with this initiative. The t-shirts are a limited edition and only available in select stores.
Sonic Boom Six will be playing The Lock Up Stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival – Saturday at Reading and Sunday at Leeds.
Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity: 1062559 (England & Wales); SC039757 (Scotland)
www.sonicboomsix.co.uk // www.bravado.com // www.teenagecancertrust.org // www.xtramilerecordings.com // www.simitchell.com