With the hit single 'Britain come Back' boyband Breunion Boys makes an ultimate attempt to undo Brexit. The Breunion Boys? They exist. And their single Britain Come Back is out now. The broken heart of visual storyteller Julia Veldman led to the creation of the Breunion Boys. A boyband. As an ode to that wonderful musical phenomenon that we owe to Britain.
The project already received great attention in the (inter)national press that it is now time for a next step: a pub tour through Great Britain in February. The tour is meant to draw even more attention to the band and their hit, but also to raise awareness among young people. We will discuss Brexit under the motto 'You need to work on a relationship'. Makers of the BBC and Vice UK are eager to make a documentary about the Breunion adventure. But then we have to go to England! And that requires money.
With this clip the European boy band regains the hearts of the British.
Breunion Boys does not receive any money from politics or the EU. The project is supported to some degree by the Amsterdam Fund for the Arts and Spark Narration (an initiative by ACED and VersPers) and all those involved participate on a voluntary basis. In short: every contribution is welcome to continue the Dutch success of Breunion Boys in Great Britain and to make it clear to the British that the break does not have to be definitive.
Do not give Julia and her boys the cold shoulder and support this unique project. Bring Breunion Boys to Great Britain and stop the brexit. Visit the crowdfund page and donate!
Breunion Boys was created by Julia Veldman C. Besides being the founder and manager of the Breunion Boys, Julia is a visual storyteller and works with animation and video. Our Breunion Boys are well picked up by the British media. Julia and the boys have also been a guest at the British morning show 'Good Morning Britain'.