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Light Me Up - new song 2012 - free download

Parade on July 31, 2012 13:19

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    After supporting boyband The Wanted on their arena tour earlier this year we jumped into the studio with some upcoming and established British production and writing talent like Tim Powell [Girls Aloud], Ed Drewett [The Wanted], MNEK [Misha B], Rymez [Wiley], Jamal Hadaway and Fred Ball [JLS, Pixie Lott]. One of the songs we wrote with Tim Powell was Light Me Up. And it’s yours to download for free. All we ask is, if you like it, tell your friends.

    Love,
    Parade

    HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE SONG
    DOWNLOAD 1: Click here to download Light Me Up in return for a tweet http://bit.ly/downloadlightmeup ;
    DOWNLOAD 2: Click here to download Light Me Up in return for joining our mailing list http://bit.ly/lightmeupdownload


    CREDITS
    Writers: Tim Powell, Mary Leay, Parade
    Producer: Tim Powell
    A&R: jessica@thismustbepop.com
    Management: parade@wearejolly.com

    THANK YOUS
    Tim Powell, Mary Leay, Jeremy Wheatley, Dick, our favourite mouse Emmie Bednall, Sarah Duthie, Chris Dodd, Adam Clough, Paul Smith, Fraser Ealey, Jon Gabony, Grace Medford, THE PARADE STREET TEAM(!), Peter Robinson, Bradley Stern, Sugarscape, Shaun Kitchener, The Factory, Thom Brunner, Carrie Curtis, Stacy Scurfield, Jo Mac and George Eason for the support, insights, help and love. For our fans.

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