Watch Unreleased Footage of Rock Royalty with Teenage Cancer Trust Unseen

2 October, 2020

Teenage Cancer Trust have recently launched a YouTube channel featuring previously unseen content from music royalty including The Who, Pulp, Paul Weller, Muse, The Cure and many more. It’s part of their mission to raise vital funds to support young people living with cancer across the UK.

Teenage Cancer Trust Unseen is an incredible archive of never-seen-before footage of live performances at the Royal Albert Hall through the years in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Although fans can view free of charge, the charity, with support from patron Roger Daltrey, are urging the fans and viewers to donate as much as they can in order to help this very special cause. The archive pool is a who’s who of musical talent taken from as far back as 20 years ago.

Music legends have stepped up and donated their Albert Hall footage free of charge. Even publishing companies have waived their fees for this extra special occasion, all to give young people with cancer the support that they so desperately need.

Roger Daltrey, who’s also a patron of BIMM Institute had this to say:

“We are trying to replace the money we lost back in March when lockdown happened. I know things are tight for everyone at the moment, but the charity is in desperate need of any money to keep our services going. Even the price of a cup of coffee will help!” He continued: “We want to be there for you in case you or your family ever need us”.


We encourage you to watch and donate what you can to this amazing cause. You can keep up-to-date with Teenage Cancer Trust Unseen on their YouTube channel, you can also donate here.

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