Watch: Heather Peace’s New Video “Fight For”

This time, Peace is doing a different kind of service.


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Get ready, BBC loving lezzies. Less than a year ago, English Lip Service actor, Heather Peace released the jazz album Fairytales, topping the charts in the U.K. and launching a successful U.K. tour. Now, she’s back again, kicking off the launch of a fresh single “Fight For” with the release of her brand new video.

Peace sings a heartfelt, piano-rich ballad with lyrics that are open to interpretation. The video features friends and family of Peace, silently holding signs signifying what they are willing to fight for. The proposed battles range across the board, from a messy-haired girl who wants to close refugee detention centers, to a scrappy dog that wants sausages.

The Fight For single is set to release March 11, with the special edition of Fairytales to shortly follow on March 18. Until then, we’re left playing the "Fight For" video on loop and wondering, “did that dog ever get his sausages?”

For you lucky ladies in Britian, Peace is also kicking off her U.K. tour next month, for more details and dates visit heatherpeace.com.

 

 

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