Serenade The Stars made a video to give thanks to all of the key workers putting their lives at risk at the moment in order for the world to keep on turning.
Serenade the Stars are a Buckinghamshire based band consisting of Matthew Harman, Damian Carruthers, James Wrigley and James Burton.
The band formed in the spring of 2017 and released their first single She’s The One in December 2017.
The band came together in the winter of 2017 and shortly after forming released their debut single She’s The One. The track was a surprise radio success being played on over 300 radio stations world wide including many UK based FM stations.
The band followed up with their next single Land on our own Moon. This song also achieved plenty of radio success, generating enough interest in the band for them to be selected to perform on the main stage at Live in The Park, an event which was attended by over 12,000 people.
Serenade The Stars are currently enjoying riding the wave of success that their most recent single Astronomy has brought the band. The track is being played all over the world on various stations and has even attracted radio play from BBC Radio.
The lyrics to their most recent single Heart Shaped Parachute include “We’ll Paint the sky, a thousand colours when we fly, and whey we fall, we’ll pull the chord on our heart shaped parachute”.
The NHS are painting the sky a thousand colours with their rainbow of hope, every other key worker is the parachute stopping us from hitting the ground hard. We would like to thank every single one of them, this video is for them.
For the postmen and women, for the supermarket staff, farmers, delivery drivers and for all unsung heroes. We owe you everything!
You can listen here.