Warrington rock four-piece Man & The Echo have released a lyrical video for their politically charged debut single 'Honeysucker', out now on 1965 Records.
As well as lyrics, the colourfully shot video features psychedelic imagery alongside clips from the House of Commons with David Cameron and Ed Miliband - the Conservative Prime Minister and Labour Party candidate of Great Britain respectively. Further famous faces spotted throughout the visual include James Blunt, Bono, Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, William Duke of Cambridge and Tony Blair. The video also lists several major corporations including Google, Starbucks and Amazon who have all been accused of avoiding taxes. The lively rock vocals and powerful left-wing lyrics are complemented by the bluesy guitar and piano number, and the headbanging rhythm makes it a wonderfully catchy first release from the band.
The track comes ahead of the UK General Election on May 7th 2015, which will see David Cameron and Ed Miliband go head to head to decide the country's Prime Minister for at least the next five years. Man & The Echo are determined to get in on the action and remind everyone what's right for the country with their new single recorded earlier this year at the Black Barn studio in Surrey.
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