A SALISBURY band needs to raise £4,500 to film the final part of its music video inside the Stonehenge monument.

Original and cover band, Duck n Cuvver, who recently performed at the National Armed Forces Day event, has released its latest hit, Henge of Stone, and has started to film the music video around the English Heritage site.

And now the duo are fundraising to complete the video inside the stone circle, with the initiative even being backed by a former drummer for Oasis, Steve White.

Band members and veterans Robert Hardie and Ian Lawes have been accompanied by musicians Chris Lawes, Jamez Williams, Louis Sellers and Paul Loveridge especially for the song and video shoot.

Described as a “celebration of life”, vocalist and guitarist Robert said starting points for the song materialised around five years ago, dedicated to his friend who passed away from cancer.

“Over the past five years it’s been evolving and evolving and there’s just so much more to it now,” explains Robert.

“Once we got the riff we knew that was what was missing, and then it just exploded from there.”

Produced by John Thomson, majority of the video was filmed last Wednesday, and the band is aiming to have the money raised to complete the visuals within two years.

Robert added: “This video will make history – singing about Stonehenge in Stonehenge. Even The Rolling Stones weren’t allowed so didn’t manage it.”

When asked what it was like to perform at the National Armed Forces Day event, after being shortlisted in the Shine for Salisbury competition, Robert said: “What an experience that was. To sing in front of 10,000 people was just something else. Especially to sing a song dedicated to each of the forces.”

For more information and to donate to the band’s fundraising page visit its crowdfunding page.

Henge of Stone is now available on iTunes and Spotify.