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New Boy Band Breunion Looking To End Brexit Through Music

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From Live Aid to America: A Tribute to Heroes, music has the power the change the world. Over the decades, musicians have come together to support the most important issues. With the issues of Brexit, a slew of singers are looking to make their voices heard on the matter.

A Righteous Mission

“Britain, come back to us, it is not too late to turn around,” sings the Breunion Boys on their song “Britain Come Back.” If you’ve never heard of them before, you’re not alone. Based out of England, the boy band formed in order to save their country.

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“The need to do something has brought us together. Britain, don’t despair! We have a plan. We’re going to release a hit single, and through the power of music, get you back,” they state on their website.

Behind The Curtain

The band is the project of artist Julia Veldman, who worked on the John Romulus Brinkley documentary Nuts. For a good portion of 2018, she searched for a group of young men to help convey this important message.

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“It’s like in a relationship, if your wife suddenly tells you she’s leaving, without an explanation and you don’t even get the chance to respond,” she states on the band’s website.

At A Pub Near You

The music video for the band’s aforementioned single wasn’t cheap for Veldman. With a $13,000 price tag, the video was worked on with a massive crew of people. Fortunately, she gained some free help from Flavia Faas, who wrote the entire song.

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Veldman doesn’t see the Breunion Boys as a one song deal, either. She’s planning on having them tour the U.K. at various pubs. With a ton of buzz stemming from “Britain Come Back,” they may wind up recording a full album. In the meantime, the Breunion Boys have one question to ask: “Won’t you take us back?”

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