We have a Eurovision … no, we have not written a Bucks Fizz record … we see the prospect for a better Britain in a united Europe and have written a heartfelt song to capture that vision.
Will you help us chart the song this week? It needs just 79 pence to buy a copy, preferably on multiple platforms … see below for links.
“Don’t Throw It All Away” is Madeleina Kay’s “Song for Europe”. The song speaks to our hearts of all the things we stand to lose if we leave the EU.
“Don’t Throw It All Away” has moved several people to tears with its perfect storm of Madeleina’s poetry set to music.
The song was written in a stairwell at the European Union by Madeleina in an emotional outpouring after she was removed from the EU Chamber for daring to wear a Supergirl costume to a Brexit Briefing by our “Brexit Bulldog” David Davis.
This orchestral version of “Don’t Throw It All Away” was recorded and produced by Peter Cook in his studio “The Basement of Cognition” with vocals recorded at Rock God Bernie Torme’s Barnroom Studios in darkest Kent.
Sony Records’ associate Mark Christopher Lee said of the song:
“Don’t Throw It All Away compares favourably with Sinead O’Connor’s version of “Vienna”. There is also a little bit of Nico in Madeleina Kay’s voice”.
The original acoustic version is here for comparison:
Place your order for the song on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play now: Just click the images to find the song online. We are aiming for Top 40 success, not so much for the fame, but to “take back control of the media from Murdoch’s Murderous Media Machine”.