London based soul artist Angie A returns with reggae style version of Vera Lynn’s classic ‘We’ll Meet Again‘.
A historically emotive track that aims to raise funds for two charities plus encourage people to heal, reflect and think more rationally, this stylish cover is coated in dub-trap style production.
On the track, Angie A mentioned, “I was also curious to see how the original song lyrics would fit on a completely different style of music that was produced by Alann Ulises.”
Hoping to raise funds for technology in local schools and for care homes to invest in, Angie added:
“We’re already aware that ‘many pupils don’t have the necessary hardware to access their remote learning’ as pointed out by Streatham MP Bell Ribeiro Addy and I would like to help. Also, as someone who has entertained in many care homes before the pandemic, I would like to help raise funds so more care homes can adapt their entertainment to some kind of one room cinematic large screen zoom type entertainment. Please support where ever you can, this really is about community, thank you.”
A track that’s bound to leave you feeling sentimental yet motivated, Angie A’s rendition of ‘We’ll Meet Again’ is armed with an infectious groove that could easily jive into tomorrow.
Destined to leave you tapping your feet and bobbing your head, the track’s rhythm is like a drug you can’t get enough of. A daily dosage of optimism, which is definitely something you need in a worldwide pandemic, this track is a necessity to bring reassurance to the nation.
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