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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

TiTORS iNSiGNiA - Freedom Fighter


St Helens band TiTORS iNSiGNiA have released their latest single 'Freedom Fighter' to help raise funds for ABF The Soldiers Charity.  The single and video was launched in The Cinema Bar, St Helens to a full house including a number of local celebrities including Andy Reid, a former corporal with the 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment and inspiration for the song (who has a cameo role in the video with his family), Saints rugby league veteran Lee Briers and the town mayor Andy Bowden.  Artwork for the album is by local artist Tina Culshaw.



The poignant track, written by lead man Stuart Ogden is accompanied by an evocative video that reflects the bravery and sacrifice of our armed forces throughout the years. Along with fellow band members Robert James, Stephen Swift and Peter Murphy (now no longer with the band) he performed the single along with a number of other tracks at the launch night in The Cinema Bar.  There was also a debut screening of the video for 'Freedom Fighter' which was produced by North West company, Vanguard Films.  You can download the single for only 79p by clicking on this link.









TiTORS iNSiGNiA formed in mid 2008 & supporting, Paloma Faith, Don Broco, Steve Craddock, The Guillamots & Proud Mary they've built themselves a solid reputation with a crowd pleasing live set and pride themselves on raw performances show after show.








 







Their debut album 'Fair City Riots' is an electrifying concoction of influences ranging from Britpop to classic rock with a sprinkling of Indie, and healthy dose of Punk thrown in for good measure.






For the members themselves, 'Fair City Riots' is much more than just a collection of songs. It is a diary of life experiences; a down to earth tale of love and life, good times and bad, and a window into what it means to be small town boys with big time dreams.
From the mellow groove of 'A Town Called Yesterday' and the uplifting 'Set in Stone', to the classic foot stomping rock anthems 'Fair City Riots' and 'I Don't Love You', this is definitely as good as it gets if you like no nonsense, honest music.










Freedom Fighter (Lyrics)

Past history when people had human rights
Why can't you see our rage by day or night
Remember times of slavery
Enslavement is a reality

Will freedom fighters
Change the world for me
To justify liberations in this colony

Will freedom fighters
Justify the world to me
And make the world more giving
And my own sanctuary

Hope freedom fighters
Make the world a better place to be

Convicts back at home, destructions on its own
People we will seek, confrontations we will meet
Violence in the dark, loving in the light
Why should we care it's not our fight

Will freedom fighters
Change the world for me
To justify liberations in this colony

Will freedom fighters
Justify the world to me
And make the world more giving
And my own sanctuary

Hope freedom fighters
Make the world a better place to be

Why can't we just say where it all went wrong
And speak our minds and write it down in a song
Why can't we just say where it all went wrong
Because this is our own time and this is where we belong

Still stood in the dark, has it all changed
Has reality finally noticed, that there's something wrong
Will justice step out without a grin
And help those in need

Will freedom fighters
Change the world for me
To justify liberations in this colony

Will freedom fighters
Justify the world to me
And make the world more giving
And my own sanctuary

Hope freedom fighters
Make the world a better place to be

Hope freedom fighters
Make the world a better place to be