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Madeleine McCann: A Song For Madeline

by | 5th, January 2009

MADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann, Kate McCann and Gerry McCann

MUSIC OMH: an interview with FrYrs, king of “electronic-tinged chamber pop”

“I feel like I’ve been doing this for ages but really I’ve only played two gigs and put out a four-track CD which isn’t a lot,” he chuckles. “There hasn’t been any über-hype yet thankfully… just a few strange pieces here and there.” Are there any in particular that spring to mind?

How the old media works. A song for the missing:

“Hmm, well I definitely didn’t expect to have articles about me in the Daily Star and the Daily Mail. The Star just wanted to ask me about my song Madeline which was out during the height of the Madeleine McCann publicity. It was written a long time before that happened and was not at all about it but the writer still managed to make half of the piece about it,” Garrett laughs again.

“Thankfully there wasn’t a huge storm about it – I don’t really want to be famous through stuff like that – but I don’t mind my music being mentioned in tabloids at all. Hopefully that means it will reach out to more people.”

And grab them by the throat…

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