New album inspired by a parliamentary report

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New album inspired by a parliamentary report

A new series of compositions will premiere in the capital later this month inspired by a parliamentary report into loneliness.

The album of works, called Human X is the end product of research commissioned by the late MP Jo Cox.

Released last year it claimed being isolated is bad for our health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.

The man behind the music is Toni Castells.

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