Henry Dukes, a 17 year old student at Marlborough College, is releasing a solo track in support of the Mental Health Foundation.

He will release ‘Slow Down’ on March 19, with all proceeds going towards the charity for which he has already raised £900 for after running a sponsored half marathon.

“We all know last year wasn't great for most people and I think that, now more than ever, we should really be looking after each other and our mental health. Keep fighting!” he said.

Henry is currently a music scholar at Marlborough College, where he also a keen footballer and all round sportsman.

He plans to release the rest of the EP over the Summer.

The songs are all written on the themes of isolation and mental health. “I got into the habit of writing over lockdown as a way to express myself.

"If my music can help other people, that would make me so happy”.

Slow Down will be available for download and streaming via all Music Platforms on March 19.

Listen to ‘Slow Down’ here