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Seizing The Sun

James Blunt names a song after ‘The Sun on Sunday’

 

Coinciding with Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson going on trial, singer James Blunt has recently released a song named Sun on Sunday.

 

James Blunt plays the piano in a video for a video for his song "Sun on Sunday"
James Blunt plays the piano in a video for a video for his song “Sun on Sunday”

Though Blunt’s song is about a love story rather than the world of newspapers, we’re surprised he hasn’t gained more publicity from the association. Given he was a victim of voicemail hacking by the News of the World, the song, indeed, could become the anthem of the six month court action.

 

 

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