New Song celebrates East Anglia Coast

James Clarke

New Beach Boys-style song celebrates East Anglia coastal spots!

A new a song has been attracting quite a bit of media attention across East Anglia over the last few weeks.

‘Love’s Gonna be My Game’ by James Clarke Five, is a Beach Boys-inspired song with a lyrical twist. The twist being that it celebrates the sun-kissed coastal spots of Norfolk and Suffolk.

"I live in London, but my girlfriend Sheena lives in Norwich – so she has been busy introducing me to the delights of the East Anglia coast, via day trips to Cromer, Holkham, Sheringham and yes, Gunton Sands… (aka Corton)
So it’s a quirky summer tune with a romantic edge.&qoute says James

So far he has been interviewed by Steve Bumfrey on the BBC Radio Norfolk afternoon show, Mark Murphy on the BBC Radio Suffolk breakfast show, and this coming Monday (8th) he will be chatting and playing live on the Sue Marchant Show on BBC Cambs/Norfolk/Suffolk/Essex.

There have been numerous features in the local press across East Anglia with a feature in August’s issue of Outline magazine, the Norwich listings guide.

The single will be released as a download on 7th August, available via iTunes, Amazon, CDBaby etc, distributed by Proper Music.

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