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Devendra Banhart Gets Shirty

Devendra Banhart Gets Shirty

Folk troubadour Devendra Banhart is just one of several musicians putting their shirts where their mouths are, for a Montreal-based charities project.

He has designed a distinctive T-shirt for the Yellow Bird Project – which donates 100% of profits to the artists’ chosen charity.

Several of Uncut’s favourite new acts, including Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Wolfmother and Joseph Arthur have also created designs.

Charities currently benefiting from the sales of these tees range from the Teenage Cancer Trust to the Elliot Smith Memorial Fund.

To see the great t-shirt designs & buy a piece of your favouite band – click here for the Yellow Bird Project website


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