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Listen: Gresham’s Girls release cover version of Depeche Mode’s Enjoy the Silence

PUBLISHED: 10:00 17 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 17 December 2017

Greshams Girls recording the song in their recording studio. Picture: Greshams

Greshams Girls recording the song in their recording studio. Picture: Greshams

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Gresham’s Girls have recorded a second single, a cover version of the Depeche Mode song, Enjoy the Silence, to help raise money for school charities.

In 2016, a group of school friends at Gresham’s School, Holt recorded their first single, a version of Sit Down by James, which raised £1000 for the charity YoungMinds.

Following the success of this release, they decided to record another single for Christmas 2017.

Using the school’s state-of-the-art recording studio in the Britten Building, the girls recorded and produced the single with help from music teachers Chris Cooper and Justin Myers.

Headmaster Douglas Robb said: “Gresham’s Girls have produced an enchanting cover version of this song and I hope their efforts will be rewarded by raising lots of money.”

This year Gresham’s Girls are Maria Butcher, Clementine Chapple, Iris Croft, Ella Fairbairn-Day, Amelia Fox, Rachel Heath, Sophy Kenyon, Jemima Porter, Molly Sankey and Romy Sipek.

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