Tom Walker releases single in aid of Nordoff Robbins

Scottish musician Tom Walker has released a new version of his hit single “Leave a Light On” in support of Nordoff Robbins!

The new version of the track, in which Tom is joined by sensational bagpipe band “The Red Hot Chilli Pipers,” quickly went viral after several live performances. After a public cry for the track to be released, Tom and the Chilli Pipers recorded the single and made the generous decision to donate all proceeds to benefit our music therapy work in Scotland. Speaking of the decision Tom said:

“Nordoff Robbins is the perfect charity to support with this single. The work they do changes the lives of people who find it hard to communicate in other ways and as a musician that really hits home with me. Plus, they kindly gave me my very first award in 2017 when I won UK Breakthrough at the Nordoff Robbins Scottish Music Awards, so thanks for that! I hope this new version can raise some money to support their fantastic team of music therapists across Scotland.”

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers band leader Kevin MacDonald added:

“Nordoff Robbins is our chosen charity for 2019 so we’re delighted to be able to do this for them. We really hope that people enjoy the track and also support Tom with his Brits British Breakthrough nomination.”

We’re so grateful to Tom and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers for thier generosity, which will help us reach more vulnerable and isolated people with our life-changing music across Scotland. You can vote for Tom to win British Breakthrough Act at the Brits until 5pm tomorrow…we think he deserves a vote!

Download “Leave a Light On” feat. Red Hot Chilli Pipers.