The King’s Singers Documentary – please help!

This year, as we’ve been touring the world, a small film crew has been following us on our travels. About one year ago, we asked them to film a music video for us. They were fascinated by our life on the road, and began coming with us, filming concerts, behind the scenes, in planes, trains, buses, cars and hotels, capturing the reality of life as a King’s Singer in an anniversary year. Along the way, they also captured the magical process of auditions, as Tim and Chris decided to leave, and Edward and Nick were auditioned and appointed. The result is what we hope will become a full length music-documentary called ‘We Are’ (named after the music video they initially made for us).

Along the way, Peter and Louis realised how expensive it is to travel with us, carrying bags of equipment around the world, booking accommodation, and paying assistants to come and help them shoot the film. To cut a long story short, they need some financial help to finish off this amazing project. So they’re looking to you to help them. Together, we’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign, where people can donate money to the project, and in return receive some amazing benefits. Click on the link to see Peter and Louis explain the project, and to check out some of the rewards available.

Any amount you could give to help the project will be so much appreciated by the whole group, and our film crew.

Thank you!


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