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The MARCHING DRUM music video is finally here and you can watch it by clicking here. Earlier this week, I blogged about why this song is my most important musical landmark: Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, it’s a reminder of the amazing support I’ve received and a tribute to the boy I loved so much I spent almost three years of my life with. Marching Drum was the start of the biggest chapter of my life and is now where that chapter closes.
This video wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible hard work of Conor Jatter who has created a music video so beautiful I don’t know how I will ever top it. He is a really good friend of mine and deserves all the credit for this. Follow him on twitter, and check out his comedy trio The RH Experience, who I love dearly.
Thank you to the actors who pulled together under ever changing deadlines and extreme rope-related pressure. William Cheek, Tim Hautekiet, Paul Kathro, Luke Spillane, Sofia Stephanou and Julia Warner.  I owe you all big favour for bringing Conor’s vision to life.
The stunning dancer, Julia Björling, gets an special mention. My mother was a professional dancer for most of her life and danced at the same company Julia worked at. I was overwhelmed to see Julia dance because it reminded me of tapes my mum showed me of her dancing. I know my mum will be ecstatic at Julia’s involvement, as am I.
Marching Drum was first released two years ago, as part of Call To Arms (physical copies available on Big Cartel), however I’ve released a new EP, exclusively on Bandcamp, featuring three new remixes by DTX, Tom Sinclair and Jimmy Balch and artwork, with a sexy revamped logo, by Hatti Rex. All the remixes have blown me away; I’ve held onto Tom Sinclair’s remix for nine months especially for this release, DTX has thumped out another banging drum & bass remix and Jimmy Balch’s rock-remix is better than the original recording.





Watch the Marching Drum music by clicking here. Re-watch Benjamin Cook’s documentary on my time at Abbey Road by clicking here. And purchase Marching Drum from Bandcamp, Big Cartel or iTunes. 
”We’ll overcome it, our love will guide it, the youth united, despite divided.” - Marching Drum from Call To Arms, 2011

The MARCHING DRUM music video is finally here and you can watch it by clicking here. Earlier this week, I blogged about why this song is my most important musical landmark: Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, it’s a reminder of the amazing support I’ve received and a tribute to the boy I loved so much I spent almost three years of my life with. Marching Drum was the start of the biggest chapter of my life and is now where that chapter closes.

This video wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible hard work of Conor Jatter who has created a music video so beautiful I don’t know how I will ever top it. He is a really good friend of mine and deserves all the credit for this. Follow him on twitter, and check out his comedy trio The RH Experience, who I love dearly.

Thank you to the actors who pulled together under ever changing deadlines and extreme rope-related pressure. William CheekTim HautekietPaul KathroLuke SpillaneSofia Stephanou and Julia Warner.  I owe you all big favour for bringing Conor’s vision to life.

The stunning dancer, Julia Björling, gets an special mention. My mother was a professional dancer for most of her life and danced at the same company Julia worked at. I was overwhelmed to see Julia dance because it reminded me of tapes my mum showed me of her dancing. I know my mum will be ecstatic at Julia’s involvement, as am I.

Marching Drum was first released two years ago, as part of Call To Arms (physical copies available on Big Cartel), however I’ve released a new EP, exclusively on Bandcamp, featuring three new remixes by DTX, Tom Sinclair and Jimmy Balch and artwork, with a sexy revamped logo, by Hatti Rex. All the remixes have blown me away; I’ve held onto Tom Sinclair’s remix for nine months especially for this release, DTX has thumped out another banging drum & bass remix and Jimmy Balch’s rock-remix is better than the original recording.

We’ll overcome it, our love will guide it, the youth united, despite divided.” - Marching Drum from Call To Arms, 2011

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