Published: 14:55, 01 June 2017
With a star-studded music video and thousands of hits online, Mike Logan Stubbs has released his debut album.
The 29-year-old from Sonora Fields began his solo music career following a suicide attempt last year, deciding to use his music to raise awareness of mental illness.
After a video to his song Pain No More clocked up thousands of hits online, he started to get interest from record labels.
VIDEO: Mike Logan Stubbs talks about his new video
His album 'The Demons', single Before The Darkness Comes, and its music video, were all released today.
He said: “I’m definitely excited and it’s great people want to get involved, it shows there’s a lot of support out there.
“The message is what matters to me and it’s so good people from all different backgrounds are showing an interest.”
The animal lover is working with The Mix, a young people’s support charity, which also sponsors the Heads Together campaign.
The charity hope to decrease the stigma of anxiety, depression and other conditions and help improve services.
The music video, filmed mainly at Big Jam Studios on the Eurolink, features celebrities from red Power Ranger Austin St John to bodybuilder and eight-time Mr Olympia Ronnie Colman.
They are holding up cards with positive statements and facts about mental health.
Others included are author Charles Linden, Ashford singer Jack Rose, rave DJ Kevin Energy, singer Paul Manners from Britain’s Got Talent and Lee Murray, drummer of 90s band Let Loose.
Part of the footage also came from London’s Emirates stadium, home of Arsenal football club.
He added: “The red Power Ranger was one of the nicest guys I’ve met and it’s so nice of him to take a couple of hours out of his day to meet me.”
Mike, who used to live in Thistle Hill on the Island, plans to go on tour with his new music now the album is out.
He will be donating a percentage of the album sales to charity. You can buy it online including iTunes, Google Play and HMV Digital tomorrow.
Follow him on Facebook for more information.
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