Wolf Alice join End The Silence charity campaign, alongside Sir Elton John, Mark Ronson and more

The campaign is raising awareness for the Hope and Homes for Children charity

Wolf Alice are the latest in a series of high-profile names to lend their support to the End The Silence campaign - an initiative to raise money and awareness for the Hope and Homes for Children charity, which aims to help orphaned children in Uganda and Rwanda.

Sharing their most valued musical memory, drummer Joel Amey and bassist Theo Ellis discussed the formative importance of The Horrors’ first album track ‘Death In The Chapel’. Other stars taking part and sharing their own memories include Sir Elton John, Mark Ronson, Paul Weller and more.

The End the Silence campaign aims to create the world’s largest online musical memory time capsule before Christmas, inviting members of the public to also share their choices while raising £1.5m in donations to help find families for 120,000 children suffering silence and neglect in Ugandan and Rwandan orphanages.

The UK Government’s UKAid Match scheme will double the donations.

Find out more about End the Silence HERE and watch Joel and Theo get nostalgic below.

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