The Pink Singers, London’s leading LGBT+ choir, have released their latest new album ‘The Pink Singers – Live from Cadogan Hall’. Recorded at their sell-out concert in January, the album features thirteen exclusively arranged songs and is available to stream and download now! 

Originally envisioned as a studio album, the COVID-19 lockdown in February meant the choir had to cancel their recording session and instead work on remastering the live recording from what was unknowingly their last public performance of the year. 

The album celebrates the talent of their in-house Pink Singers music arrangers and features many popular songs in brand new arrangements written specially for the choir. The songs range from the 1980s classic “Together in Electric Dreams” and Queen’s “The Show Must Go On” to recent chart-toppers like Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Human” and Pink’s “What About Us”. 

The choir had to cancel their summer performance and have instead been finding new ways to produce music for their fans online. They recently released a virtual performance of Coldplay’s ‘Fix You’ to help the LGBT+ community struggling through Lockdown. This latest album is aimed at everyone missing live music right now 

The Choir’s artistic director, David Baxter, said “We had no idea when we performed our concert back in January it would be the last time we would all perform together in person. I’m really proud of how we’ve pulled this album together and hope it will bring joy to all our fans while we wait for the time when we can perform live again’ 

The album is available to purchase from iTunes for £7.99 and can be streamed on Apple Music, You Tube Music, Amazon Music, TikTok, Instagram, Deezer, Pandora, and 150+ more. 

Visit pinksingers.co.uk/our-music to stream or download now! Or search for Pink Singers Live From Cadogan Hall. 

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