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LISTEN: 'C'est La Vie'! Young Jersey musicians write new song for B*witched

LISTEN: 'C'est La Vie'! Young Jersey musicians write new song for B*witched

Friday 17 March 2023

LISTEN: 'C'est La Vie'! Young Jersey musicians write new song for B*witched

Friday 17 March 2023

Two young Jersey musicians have been credited as co-writers on the latest single of Irish girl group B*witched.

Consisting of Lindsay Armaou, Edele Lynch, Keavy Lynch, Sinéad O'Carroll, B*Witched announced their new song 'Birthday' on International Women's Day last week.

The track was written by young Jersey-born musicians Danni Le Feuvre and Hamish Brodie, alongside accomplished songwriter Ray Hedges who has written or produced over 60 top 20 singles and albums, including seven UK number-ones.

Ray has worked with a diverse selection of artists including Westlife, Boyzone, Take That, Tom Jones, and Boy George.

Both Hamish and Danni grew up in Jersey, before leaving the island to study at performing arts schools in the UK.  

Hamish was a joint winner of the Child of the Year award at the Pride of Jersey Awards in 2021. He now studies music at The BRIT School in London after receiving ArtHouse Jersey’s Olive Brown Bursary last year.

Danni graduated from the three-year Musical Theatre course at Urdang, a performing arts academy in Islington, in 2019 and is now based back in Jersey.


Pictured: Hamish Brodie now attends The BRIT School which boasts famous alumni including Adele, Amy Winehouse, Jessie J, and Tom Holland.

Sharing the song on their social media, B*witched said: "We hope you love it as much as we do and enjoy dancing along to it."

The song is B*witched's first single in four years since a cover of Wilson Phillips' 'Hold On', which was released in 2019. 

The track will also appear on their upcoming album 'C'est La Vie: The Collection', which is due to be released this year to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their self-titled debut album. 

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