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The Neon Brotherhood are a group of 40 people who got together to release the single "Hope Ain't a Bad Thing" in aid of Stephen Sutton who died tragically on 14 May 2014.
It peaked at number 16 on the UK Singles Chart.
The charity single inspired by cancer fundraising hero Stephen Sutton is set to break into the top ten – and could even go to number one.
Hope Ain’t A Bad Thing was composed by the Neon Brotherhood, based in the teenager’s home town of Burntwood.
Stephen had come up with the idea himself but following his death last month, aged 19, the band released the song.
Altogether 40 musicians from the Neon Brotherhood have performed on the song including 10 different bands, eight soloists and Stephen himself, who performs at the end of the song.
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia
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