Teenage band performing gig to raise money for epilepsy

PUBLISHED: 07:00 07 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:25 07 March 2018

Princes to Kings. Left to right is Josh, Finn, and Zac. Picture: Everest Management.

Princes to Kings. Left to right is Josh, Finn, and Zac. Picture: Everest Management.


A group of three musical teenagers are performing a gig to raise awareness and money for epilepsy.

The band with their brother Luke (far left). Picture: Everest Management.The band with their brother Luke (far left). Picture: Everest Management.

12-year-old Zach, 15-year-old Finn and 18-year-old Josh Pile from St Albans started what is now the band Princes to Kings to help their brother Luke, who has a severe form of epilepsy and lives in care.

They were previously called Purple Day, after the annual awareness day for epilepsy, and have promised to give a percentage of all of their earnings to the Epilepsy Society.

Finn said: “The cause is really close to our hearts.

“So far we have done shows around St Albans and recently we have got signed with a manager, This show is the biggest gig we have ever done.”

The band will be playing at Camden Assembly in London on Sunday, March 25 and all ticket money will go to the Epilepsy Society.

To find out more about the band, visit @princes_to_kings on Instagram. To buy tickets to their show, visit camdenassembly.com/events/princes-to-kings/

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