The second in the series of superb videos and equally superb songs from Ronley Teper
Taken from the new album F*ck With Sad Girls, this is a proper hooky country rocker that Tom Petty would be proud of.
You may not have heard of Joshau Kivu but the six minutes of your time it will take to watch this video is as worthwhile a use of your time as you’ll find. Joshua wanted to get a first hand look into the harsh reality of the situation. After volunteering for a few trips over to the ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais and hearing often overwhelming, harrowing personal stories from the people he met, Joshua wrote the track (along with the video) to help raise awareness of the current refugee crisis.
If you’re so inclined you can support charities who carry out sea rescues and provide medical aid here: https://fundly.com/long-time-at-sea.
The song is also released as a single on 16th December and you can buy it here:
Time for something epic to tug at the heartstrings.
Something a little left field for the middle of the week
Something of a departure for Ms May and a fine one too.
A fine tribute to the sadly departed Mr Cohen.
Captivating stuff from the London-based singer-songwriter.
Strange, and strangely compelling.
From their new album, “Welcome Stranger”, due for release in January 2017.