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UK Singing Sensation Rebecca Downes Asks, Are you crazy now?

New album out Now through all outlets – HMV, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and www.rebeccadownes.com

Rebecca Downes, UK artist has released her vital and engaging cover of the classic rock track originally recorded by Slade in the 70’s. Originally a Glam Rock Anthem, Rebecca Downes brings it back at a fast forward and powerful new rendition.

Rebecca Downes takes this song to a new level, with a somber and an emotionally riveting way, she has taken a song that was the end all and be all party tune, and brought it into a thoughtful path, the video as you will see is stunning, with dark tones it makes you wonder what is behind it all, the present state of the world politics, social unrest, the pandemic…. to many factors and possibilities.

When many women vocalists are taking the “scream at the top of your lungs” approach, some only repeating what their peers say, Rebecca Downes makes it very personal, and in a high emotional pace, she NAILS IT, this is an genius performance of her talents and I really love it, and you will too.

Rebecca Downes – http://www.rebeccadownes.com





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