17 Million You Know Whats Could Go To Number One
Dear Beloved Member of the Dominic Frisby Mailing List,
Exciting news. There's an outside chance that 17 Million F-Offs, the song I wrote about Brexit, could go to Number One this Friday, January 31, Brexit Day.
As well as competing against the likes of Stormzy, Ed Sheeran and Eminem (who has a new record out) and the big record labels, there is a campaign to get the EU National (!) Anthem, Ode To Joy, to Number One.
However, comedy is a wonderful thing. Though Ode To Joy is currently topping the charts, 17 Million F-Offs suddenly took off yesterday and is now in 2nd on Amazon and 3rd on iTunes. Massive Lollage.
Please help this noble cause by buying the single. You can buy it on Amazon here (99p) or at iTunes here (79p). Buying the single is about 150 times more effective than streaming it.
Please spread the message far and wide.
I'll be donating the profits to charity.
I think Ludwig Van Beethoven would approve. He was a great anti-authoritarian. Given the choice between a big budget, subsidized, orchestral extravaganza selected to champion a crony-capitalist, bureaucratic gravy train and a comic song written by a bloke who doesn’t even have a record deal, I think I know which Ludwig would be buying.
Once again: please help this noble cause by buying the single. You can buy it at Amazon here (99p) or at iTunes here (79p).
Onwards to victory,