YORKSHIRE band’s anti-austerity song – perfect response to DAVID CAMERON’s recent Yorkshire comments

Sent in by Pat

Last week it was hard to escape Prime Minister David Cameron’s widely reported comments about Yorkshire:
“We just thought people in Yorkshire hated everyone else, we didn’t think they hated each other so much.”

Mysterious Yorkshire artist “Cabinet Of Millionaires” found this quite an interesting theory and would like to offer out this single / video as a response:

Since the project was launched in April 2015 the Cabinet Of Millionaires EP by the Cabinet Of Millionaires has created quite an underground buzz
The hard hitting video has received 60,000 plays on Facebook alone and received much support including Eddy Temple Morris (XFM) and Eddie Gordon (Essential mix)

Next month during Conservative Party Conference there is a strong line up of activities planned from “Laugh Them Out of Town” ft Frankie Boyle to Super Fury Animals and Charlotte Church concerts etc
Following the success of Kate Marlow’s anti-austerity play KNOCK KNOCK over in Salford (which features the music of Cabinet Of Millionaires) the play has been chosen for one of the official Peoples Assembly Against Austerity “National Week Of Action” concerts, presented by Terry Christian on 3rd October at the Dancehouse Theatre, Manchester and Cabinet Of Millionaires has been asked to perform the track LIVE as part of this performance.

Furthermore on the 2nd October, a drum n bass remix by Loggi due to come out on legendary dnb label Emotif Records will be receiving its first LIVE performance at a special Love Music Hate Racism concert (in aid of Calais Refugees) at Rebellion Nightclub, Manchester alongside Medschool artist Whiney, Bane, spoken word artists, hip hop artists (and many more)


One Response to “YORKSHIRE band’s anti-austerity song – perfect response to DAVID CAMERON’s recent Yorkshire comments”

  1. Lynn says:

    Brilliant educate the young via music. It works.

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