June 22, 2011 13:09

Summer Camp selling chocolate brownies to finance debut album

Duo will also write a song about you for £250

Summer Camp selling chocolate brownies to finance debut album

Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

Summer Camp are selling batches of homemade chocolate brownies for £28 in order to finance their debut LP.

The duo have joined the numbers of artists who have opted to use fundraising website Pledgemusic in order to raise money to pay for the recording of their debut album.

The band are offering fans the chance to buy batches of singer Elizabeth Sankey's chocolate brownies for £28 as part of the fundraising effort. They are also offering to write a song about anyone who pledges £250 and will contribute to someone else's song for £150.


They are also offering to play a gig in a fan's house, as long as they part with £250 in the UK or £475 in the USA.

For the full list of items for sale, visit Pledgemusic.com.

Summer Camp play Glastonbury on Friday (June 24) as well as slots at Wireless Festival and Hop Farm Festival.

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