Rovers blackout third shirt got plenty of attention on social media when it was launched two weeks ago.
The “mental health struggles aren’t always visible” message behind the shirt’s design has been helping to get Doncaster people talking about mental health and Bang Bang Romeo’s (BBR) lead guitarist Ross Cameron said it’s important to keep raising awareness.
“I wanted to be part of this campaign because I know people who have struggled,” Ross explained.
“I just want to be visible, help raise awareness and be there for people.”
BBR are a community conscious band who were behind the Help! Flood concert in 2019 which raised money for victims of the flooding in Doncaster that winter so taking part in the launch was important to Ross.
“With the platform we have as a band, we like to let everybody know that we’re there and we’ll do as much as we can do to help,” he added.
“We have to talk about mental health because it can’t be seen. It can be below the surface so I’d say talk to friends, family, charities like CALM or we’re always there if people want to reach out.”
£5 from every third shirt sold will be donated to CALM. You can purchase the shirt online now.