Pride In Music and Pride In London Team Up For Exclusive Pride 2020 Video To Spotlight Emerging LGBTQ+ Artists

Pride In Music and Pride In London have teamed up to premiere a special video celebrating Pride 2020.

The exclusive video, curated by Pride In Music, features 10 brilliant rising LGBTQ+ artists performing a special edit of one of their songs.

Watch On Pride In London’s YouTube Channel here:

Pride 2020 - Pride In Music & Pride In London

On a year when most Pride festivals have been cancelled or postponed, the LGBTQ+ community need to celebrate Pride digitally and raise our voices more than ever.

Pride In Music are passionate about providing LBGTQ+ artists a platform to showcase their talents at a time when no live stage performances are going ahead.

The video spotlights the following artists:

Aidan Martin

Bright Light Bright Light

Conleth Kane



L Devine




Tom Aspaul

Pride in London is wholly run by a group of volunteers who are pass​ionate about equality and diversity. They are a not-for-profit organisation, and any surplus funds raised are used to support the LGBTQ+ community and improve the event. Pride In London run the UK’s biggest, most diverse pride, with a mission to ensure they provide a platform for every part of London’s LGBT+ community.

Pride in Music was created in 2019 as a cross-industry network for the LGBTQ+ community, artists and allies working within British Music.  The organisation was established to help make positive changes in the music industry and to help give LGBTQ+ artists a platform to present their music.

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