Our Merch for Good World Cancer Day collection already had a pretty stellar line-up, but we thought - why not add two more artists into the mix? Enter the incredible Yungblud and Jake Bugg. Both artists have joined the 2023 campaign, donating a brand-new exclusive t-shirt design with 100% of the profits made from the sales going directly to Trekstock.

Yungblud black t-shirt

The BRIT-nominated, NME Award-winning singer & musician Yungblud has had a stratospheric rise to the top since the release of his debut EP in 2018, and his design features lyrics from ‘mars’ – taken from his number one album, Weird!.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since Jake Bugg released his Mercury Prize-nominated debut album, but what a decade it’s been for the British singer-songwriter. Jake has always stayed true to his roots and remains one of the most accomplished songwriters of the indie generation, and this classic design is perfect for any fans of the Bugg out there.

They join The KillersFontaines D.C.5 Seconds of SummerThe WombatsThe AmazonsShameTurnover and more for this year's World Cancer Day collection, with all t-shirts available to buy now.

Merch for Good is Trekstock's line of exclusive t-shirts designed and donated by some of the world’s best artists and musicians. 100% of the profits from each sale will help us keep providing tailored social and practical support to young adults in their 20s and 30s across the country as they live with and beyond cancer. T-shirts that do good and look good, it's a no-brainer.

Previous supporters of the campaign include alt-J, Bon Iver, CHVRCHES, The Cure, Foals, Glass
Animals, Idles, Jimmy Eat World, The Libertines, The National, Wolf Alice and many more. All of their exclusively designed T-shirts are still available to purchase via the Merch For Good website here.

These t-shirts, designed so generously by world famous artists and musicians, allow us to keep doing our game-changing work. Every penny donated means that we can keep offering support to people in their 20s or 30s who've heard the words "it's cancer".

Pretty good huh?

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Thank you to DawBell for their support on the campaign.