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GBX and Amy Macdonald release a GBX remixed version of her hit single ‘Woman of the World’ in Tribute to Woman World Cup Football Team on the 14th of June 2019.
So inspired were GBX and Amy Macdonald been by the tournament, and Scotland’s women’s success in qualifying, that they are releasing a GBX remixed version of her hit single ‘Woman of the World’ in tribute. With lyrics that speak of independence and empowerment, it is a song that seems to strike the right note.
“It just seemed to lend itself really well to what the women’s team have done,” she said. “When I wrote the song, it was basically about me and how, as a woman, you really need to stand your ground sometimes. That applies in the music industry but it’s definitely true in football too, and I think it’s something woman in all walks of life will identify with.
“What’s encouraging now is that the balance – in music, football and hopefully wider – seems to be tipping. With everything that’s happened over the past few years, it seems women are finally starting to get a fair crack of the whip. And in Scotland, the women’s team getting to the World Cup couldn’t have come at a better time. I just can’t wait for it to start.”Fans can pre-order the single on Friday 7th June, with the official release date on Friday 14th June or listen to this preview clip right here.
Be sure to catch this tune live on GBX’s Fantastic Beats Tour and on Clyde 1 every Friday and Saturday evening or listen to this preview clip right here. https://soundcloud.com/morsecodemgmt/sample-track-of-wotw
George Bowie, GBX, is a Sony award-winning DJ hailing from Glasgow, Scotland. Proud supporters of the Scottish National Football Team, George and Amy Macdonald have teamed up to release a remix of her hit single “Woman of the World” to celebrate the women’s success in qualifying for the World Cup. With lyrics that speak of independence and empowerment, it is a song that seems to strike the right note.
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