Because They Vote Tory – new music from the group behind Suella de Vil

Matt Hancock: this may well be his reaction when he hears this song.

They’re called Send-a-Song and their day job is producing personalised music – “from re-imagined operatic classics to brand new original songs”. Apparently this is just a bit of fun on the side.

Their new piece – following up on the smash hit (on This Site, at least) Suella de Vil is called Because They Vote Tory and is based on Sam Smith’s Bodyshop.

Send-a-Song’s own comment on it is: “Not our usual style, but this song BANGS.”

Do you agree?

@send_a_song Our parody of Sam Smith’s Bodyshop. Not our usual style, but this song BANGS. #britishpolitics #costoflivinfcrisis #imaceleb #imacelebritygetmeoutofhere #matthancock #rishisunak #ukpolitics #politicaltiktok #fyp #funny #ukcomedy #politicalsatire #jamesobrien #toriesout #torieshatethepoor #jeremyhunt #foryou ♬ original sound – SendaSong

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