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Sandi Thom: 'I don't give a f**k if I get stick'

Sandi Thom: 'I don't give a f**k if I get stick'
Sandi Thom has unveiled the music video for new single 'Flesh and Blood'. The 'I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)' singer has unveiled the title track of her fourth album, which was released last month. The video opens with a clip from Martin Luther King Jr's famous 1963 'I Have a Dream' speech, while the song includes the lyrics: "While bloody war will tear us apart, yeah/ We all share our tears/ We all have one heart." Thom said: "The human race is hanging on by a thread and we have to do everything we can to unite and save it. I have a voice and I feel like I should use it. "After my friend [drummer] Tal [Bergman] and I had recorded the vast majority of the song I sat back in the producer's chair and realised that this song could really reach
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Sandi Thom: 'I don't give a f**k if I get get stick'

Sandi Thom: 'I don't give a f**k if I get get stick'
Sandi Thom has unveiled the music video for new single 'Flesh and Blood'. The 'I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)' singer has unveiled the title track of her fourth album, which was released last month. The video opens with a clip from Martin Luther King Jr's famous 1963 'I Have a Dream' speech, while the song includes the lyrics: "While bloody war will tear us apart, yeah/ We all share our tears/ We all have one heart." Thom said: "The human race is hanging on by a thread and we have to do everything we can to unite and save it. I have a voice and I feel like I should use it. "After my friend [drummer] Tal [Bergman] and I had recorded the vast majority of the song I sat back in the producer's chair and realised that this song could really reach
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Sandi Thom Covers Johnny Cash’s “Hurt”

Sandi Thom Covers Johnny Cash’s “Hurt”
Electronic music has been all the craze lately. Understanding the appeal of this futuristic genre can be mindless for some, but also a struggle for others. We’ll take the latter part mostly due to the lack of vulnerability in the beat provoking songs. Yes, electronic music can make you free of worries, losing yourself in its tempos, but unguarded and sensual vocals, not beside a synthesized beat, can have you feeling exposed, which is unlike any emotion. So, on that vulnerable path, we introduce you to Sandi Thom. The Scottish singer-songwriter released a cover of Johnny Cash’s hit (originally a song by the Nine Inch Nails), “Hurt” as part of [ Read More ]
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Sandi Thom announces new album 'Flesh and Blood'

Sandi Thom announces new album 'Flesh and Blood'
Sandi Thom has announced details of her new album. Flesh and Blood marks the singer-songwriter's fourth studio LP. It is scheduled for release on August 14. The record follows up 2010's Merchants and Thieves - which peaked at number 118 in the charts - and marks Thom's second release on her independent Guardian Angels Records label. "All I ever want to do is write songs that connect with people," Thom said in a statement. "With this album I've finally found a place where I (more)
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Sandi Thom reveals love-split heartache

Sandi Thom reveals love-split heartache
Sandi Thom has revealed that she was jilted by her fiancé just weeks before her wedding. The Scottish singer had bought the dress and decided on the venue when Jake Field, who is also her producer, ended the relationship, reports The Daily Record. Thom, 28, said: "It was the biggest shock I have ever experienced. I never ever envisaged in all my days that Jake and I would split up. I still have the wedding dress. "It's not been easy. What happened with me and Jake was we just never had a break from each other. We spent (more)
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Sandi Thom: 'I wouldn't change anything'

Sandi Thom: 'I wouldn't change anything'
Sandi Thom has claimed that she "wouldn't change anything" about her career so far. The 'I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker' singer split from her record label Sony last year after her second LP The Pink & The Lily failed to match the sales of her debut. Thom was signed by Sony after she sparked media interest with a series of webcasts from her home in Tooting. However, she faced criticism from elements of the music industry, who suggested that her gigs may have been a PR stunt. "I wouldn't change anything if I could go back. I'm a firm believer in that everything happens for a reason," Thom told Pa. "This is such an unpredictable business, so things can happen out of the blue. I think that's part (more)
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Sandi Thom hits out at angry Allen

Sandi Thom has criticised Lily Allen for her recent volatile behaviour, advising the star to "get her s*** together". The Scottish singer, best known for her chart-topping single 'I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker', revealed that she was shocked to see pictures of Allen lashing out at a woman outside a London nightclub last month. Writing on her website, Thom admitted: "I can't believe Lily Allen hit that girl in the street, what the hell is that girl all about?" "I can't believe she is slagging off Katy Perry as well, I am on Katy's side, I (more)
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Suggs, Sandi Thom join busking event

Madness frontman Suggs and Sandi Thom will take part in a charity busking event next month. Busking Cancer, which takes place from September 6 to 13, features bands, musicians and street artists raising funds for Cancer Research UK. Organiser Mark Warrick told the BBC: "The launch last year was a storming success, so this year we are making it a nationwide event." Suggs (more)
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Thom proposes Scottish supergroup

Sandi Thom has proposed an all-female Scottish supergroup with KT Tunstall and Amy Macdonald. The popstar said she was flattered to be compared to Tunstall and Macdonald and proposed that they work together in the future. "KT, Amy and I do attract a similar type of audience and we all kind of look alike as well. Maybe we should form a supergroup," (more)
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Thom reveals 'Star Wars' toy disaster

Sandi Thom has claimed that losing all her Star Wars figures as a child was the "saddest moment" of her life.

The Scottish singer revealed that her entire collection was lost when her mother made her lend the toys to her cousin Robert.

"Me and my brother had all the Star Wars figures and the Millennium Falcon when we were children," Thom told M . . .
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Thom: My new single is about 'Star Wars'

Sandi Thom has claimed that her new single 'The Devil's Beat' was inspired by watching the Star Wars movies.

The Scottish solo star revealed that the song's lyrics are about the lack of balance between the forces of good and evil in the world today.

"I wrote the song after watching Star Wars," she told Ds.

"Star Wars is all about the forces of good and evil, so I started thinking about our world and how we've . . .
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Sandi Thom: 'I partied too hard'

Solo star Sandi Thom has claimed that she partied too hard after achieving success with her debut album.

The singer admitted that she only managed to finish working on her follow-up record thanks to the efforts of her manager Ian Brown.

Thom told the Daily Star: "I partied too much on the road. I can be a bit of a fiend and bit too naughty after a few drinks.

"When you’re young you dream of having success, but when you actually get there it’s one big p***-up.

"Ian had to sit me down and say to me: 'You can’t get p***ed every . . .
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