Luka State has shared a video clip to highlight the plight of homelessness in the UK.

The music video for the track “More Than This,” which you can see below, captures “a snapshot of a nation in crisis, with images that depict the harsh reality of homelessness across the country,” according to a statement. Press.

While filming the video, the Cheshire band decided to donate their budget to The Trussell Trust, which supports a national network of food banks, provides emergency food and support to people locked in poverty, and campaigns for change to end the need for food banks. United Kingdom.

The group said in a statement: “The Trussell Trust is the UK’s largest charity food bank. It’s a subject close to our hearts so we want to put our money where our mouth is and donate. The little boy in the video and on our album cover is from our hometown of Winsford. We wanted to show the reality of working-class towns like ours so we photographed it in front of one of the permanently closed shops in one of the housing estates.

The group is also trying to raise money for the charity, which you can donate to here.

“More Than This” is the title track from Luka State’s upcoming new album which will be released on March 10, 2023. You can pre-order/pre-register the album here.

The band will also hit the road for a string of UK dates later this month, kicking off in Birmingham on March 23 before concluding in Manchester on April 21. You can buy tickets here.

Luka State will play:

MARCH 2023
23 – Birmingham, rainbow
24 – Bristol, Crofters
25 – Southampton, Heartbreakers
31 – Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club

APRIL
6 – Aberdeen, tunnels
7 – Dundee, church
8 – Glasgow, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
12 – Hamburg, Hakken
13 – Cologne, Helios37
14 – Berlin, Maschinenhaus
15 – Amsterdam, the paradise of Bitterzoet
21 – Manchester, Academy 3

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