Last October, we wrote about Margo Guryan, a California singer-songwriter who released a handful of sumptuous pop songs before entering the music-teacher life. Today, a tipster has let us know about “16 Words,” in which she turns the much-debated phrase from George W. Bush’s 2003 State of the Union address into a bit of military-baroque pop. She apparently wrote last June, and we kind of can’t believe that we’re just finding out about it now (come on, tipsters!); according to Torr it’s being released as a single in the UK this week, something that we are pretty sure will never happen Stateside, so here’s the clip.
Videodrone: Margo Guryan Gets Political, Remains Irresistible
April 26th, 2007 // 4 Comments