We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of The Irrepressibles’ new song “International” (listen below).
“International” is the fourth single released from The Irrepressibles forthcoming third album. The tracks pro-International message, artwork social campaign, and music video are a rallying call for compassion and a positive message about what Internationalism does for the world and for us as people. The message is artistically poised to come from the future, like a warning to the direction of nationalism we are currently taking politically in the UK. The video features close friends of songwriter/composer Jamie Irrepressible who are either EU citizens living in either London or Berlin. In the track and music video they speak in their native tongue – French, Bengali, Turkish, German, Spanish, and Italian – but all communicate the same words regarding the power and positivity of Internationalism politically and global compassion and love.
“International” follows singles “Anxiety,” “Dominance,” and “Submission” taken from the long awaited forthcoming Irrepressibles third album. The video for “Submission” – directed by Greek-Cypriot director Savvas Stavrou – (watch below) has recently been shortlisted for “Best European Music Video” at the ECU 2019 European Independent Film Festival Awards that will take place in Paris, France, in April 2019, with airplay of the track on 6Music by Tom Robinson. A photography collaboration with Italian-born photographer Paride Mirabilio in East Berlin was recently featured by Berlin-based art/fashion/porn magazine Pornceptual together with a video for the track by Turkish based video artist Mertcan Mertbilek. The track was also recently played at Ministry of Sound as part of fetish night Torture Garden.
The forthcoming album created by Jamie Irrepressible whilst residing in Berlin is about his time their living and working as an EU-UK citizen in a new country and the profound love he found and lost. It connects up to Jamie’s childhood to tell a story, set like a fantasy film, about oppression and emancipation, male sexuality, masculinity, and mental health. The full-length release date is yet to be announced with a further single release later in the year.