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Above & Beyond Share Emotional Wembley 'Little Something' Charity Show Aftermovie

by Ryan Middleton   Dec 23, 2015 12:31 PM EST

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UK trance trio Above & Beyond has unveiled the emotional aftermovie for their one-off charity show at Wembley Arena in October. The show was for the newly launched Little Something Foundation charity, created after the sudden death of Jono Grant's sister, Charlotte Morley.

The tear-jerking 7-minute clip captures the atmosphere in the 12,500 person capacity arena and gives you a background into the mission behind the Little Something fund. Charlotte's colleagues at the National Health Service in the UK are featured in the video explaining the issues with perinatal mental health and how it isn't discussed enough in society, despite its potentially devastating impact on families.

The video puts together clips from the doctors who explain the mission of the foundation, shots from the crowd, interviews with one of the singers on the album Gemma who was impacted by Charlotte and Charlotte's daughter who does the famous push the button moment and is alone behind the decks for a few tear-jerking moments. 

The Little Something Foundation aims to raise awareness about the mental health issues that some women face while carrying a child and after the birth of a child.

The song "Little Something," from Above & Beyond's album We Are All We Need, touched Charlotte as a song about the struggle mental illness. She wanted to share it with her colleagues, but never had a chance to do so and after listening to it, they, with Above & Beyond decided to name the foundation after the song for her.

Jono Grant commented in a statement, "It was fitting for this show to be a legacy for Charlotte, to honor her dedication to the perinatal mental health service and recognize the work she did. We will make sure her memory continues through the Little Something charitable fund."

So far the Little Something foundation has raised £222,000. You can donate to it at their website here.

 

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