Above & Beyond have made a name for themselves as one of the most uplifting acts in contemporary trance music, and have recently proven that this characteristic extends further than just their music. Last month, the trio played a show at London’s Wembley Arena as a fundraiser for the Little Something charitable fund and raised over £222,000 in the process.
The Little Something charitable fund was set up in the memory of Above & Beyond member Jono Grant’s sister, Charlotte, shortly after she passed away earlier in the year. As she had been known to advocate on behalf of perinatal mental health in her own career, the funds raised by Little Something will go towards the same cause.
A perinatal psychiatrist named Dr. Jo Black who worked in association with the fundraiser commented:
We’re very grateful to Above & Beyond for all they have done and the amazing sum of money they have raised. We are dedicated to carrying on Charlotte’s commitment to this cause by making best use of the Little Something fund in supporting women and their families into the future.
Above is the official aftermovie for Above & Beyond‘s performance at Wembley Arena. For more information on the Little Something fund or to donate, click here.