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Bands and Artists Benefit COVID-19 Relief Through Exclusive 'Stay at Home' Merch and T-shirts

April 14, 2020 | Brendan Menapace

With tours, concerts and music festivals being canceled, bands and artists have had to find new ways to get their merchandise out. Thankfully, we live in an age where they can sell T-shirts and records online and mail them directly to fans. A few bands and artists have taken their quarantine merch sales game to new, more altruistic heights by tying in special items with charitable donations.

Jared Leto—known both as the frontman of 30 Seconds to Mars and the actor whose portrayal of The Joker was, um, polarizing—used his newfound free time to release a T-shirt that touches on the current situation and his love of movies. He’s been watching movies every day and inviting Twitter followers to join him through the hashtag #JaredLetoCinemaClub.

The “May the Forced Quarantine Be With You” T-shirt is currently available on Teespring, and 100 percent of the profits will go to the Partners in Health organization, with Leto matching all money raised.

Emo heroes Thursday and Taking Back Sunday have put out exclusive merchandise drops, including branded face masks, stay-at-home activities like puzzles, and exclusive T-shirts to raise money for charity.

Ohio Metalcore band Beartooth posted a “stay at home” merchandise bundle.

The bundle includes a “mystery hoodie,” a fleece blanket, a deck of cards, a bottle opener and tote bag. The band posted the bundle on Twitter a week ago, and Kerrang reported that it’s already sold out.

On the softer end of the rock n’ roll spectrum, former One Directioner Harry Styles released a T-shirt design with a pretty succinct and non-self-advertising message: Stay Home. Stay Safe. Protect Each Other.

All profits from the $26 T-shirt will go toward the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Fund.

“In times like these, it is more important than ever to remember the power of people,” Styles said, according to WWD. “If you are able to help, please donate where you can.”

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