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UK Electro-pop duo Draco Draco’s 'December the 20something’ is a kitsch, catchy, electro-pop Christmas hit in the making, with 100% of proceeds being split equally between GMFA and Albert Kennedy Trust. The comical video sees vocalist Danny Polaris get dressed up like a Christmas Tree by bandmate David Whiting, all the while maintaining his composure and keeping eye contact with the camera as much as possible.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQQs36JkzTc
The song is free to download, with a link to a dedicated donation page:
Matthew Hodson, Chief Executive of GMFA says:
“I’m thrilled that Draco Draco have chosen to support both GMFA and the Albert Kennedy Trust with the release of ‘December the 20something’. As small charities, serving LGBT communities, we rely on the support of these same people to ensure that we can help as many as possible and I’m delighted to join forces this Christmas.”
‘At GMFA we have seen that we can make clear changes in the way that our community thinks about HIV and HIV risk by providing information in an accessible way. In the UK 65 gay men are diagnosed with HIV every week, and the lives of those of us living with HIV are still blighted by stigma. GMFA’s education work improves gay men’s sexual health and challenges HIV stigma. Community support makes this work possible. As the song says, ‘Give with love’.”
Tim Sigsworth, Chief Executive of Albert Kennedy Trust says:
“We’re very grateful for the support of Draco Draco with this fantastic Christmas single. This invaluable support will help The Albert Kennedy Trust get young people off the streets. We know that right now, 4,800 young lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people are homeless on our streets, or living in hostile environments. It’s unacceptable. There should be no room for hate. Everybody supporting this fantastic gesture by Draco Draco can be assured they are helping young LGBT people across the country. Thank you!”
December the 20something launches at a star-studded event on December 3rd at Shadow Lounge, as part of the launch party for new London gay news and reviews site, GayLondonVibe.com
Draco Draco released their debut EP on Monday November 30th with six stunningly diverse tracks that combine electro, house, EDM, soul and a touch of jazz.The result is six catchy pop anthems to fall in love with, to fall in love to, and to cry along to when someone breaks your heart. Draco Draco are unsigned, with no financial backing, management or sponsor.
Draco Draco - River Cry is available on iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify: http://www.drecodreco.com
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