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Monday, September 22, 2014

INSPIRING NEW SONGS: ANASTACIA'S 'STARING AT THE SUN', HEARTWARMING 'SUPERHEROES' FROM IRISH BAND THE SCRIPT, POWERFUL 'LULLABY' FROM PROFESSOR GREEN & TORY KELLY!

ANASTACIA IS
STARING AT THE SUN!
Continuing our tradition of spotlighting some fresh new music at the end of the week, today I'm playing some inspiring new pop tunes for you, starting with one of the best pop vocals in music history, magnificent Anastacia who returned to the music scene earlier this year with the new album RESURRECTION (this is what her name means in Greek) after battling two cancers in recent years. STARING AT THE SUN is her second single from the album with the video shot as a short artsy movie with Anastacia appearing only in glimpses (if I got it right she suffered hernia and couldn't be at the set).


THE SCRIPT
HOW SUPERHERO LEARNS TO FLY
My favourite band in the world (after One Republic), brilliant Irish trio The Script, have released the first single from their new album NO SOUND WITHOUT SILENCE, and as always the song, titled SUPERHEROES, has outstandingly inspiring lyrics:
When you've been fighting for it all your life
You've been struggling to make things right
That’s how a superhero learns to fly
Every day, every hour Turn the pain into power!
Unlike most of todays trashy videos with empty glitz, Danny O'Donoghue and the guys have shot the video in African slums celebrating everyday heroes who rise when it is the toughest.


PROFESSOR GREEN
SING ME THE LAST LULLABY
And the last song today comes from British musician Professor Green whom you know as the author of one of the most powerful pop songs in last few decades, the Olympic anthem READ ALL ABOUT IT which he did with Emeli Sande. His new song is called LULLABY and the chorus in it is sung by Tory Kelly. The song is taken from his upcoming album GROWING UP IN PUBLIC.
All the time I have layed in your love
When your love kept me safe through the night
All the time I was sure you were mine
And before time demands our goodbye
Can you sing me a last lullaby?

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