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Watch Wolf Alice cover 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' at anti-Tory demonstration

They also covered Carole King as they kick off the 'Not One More Day' march
Published: 1:11 pm, July 01, 2017
Watch Wolf Alice cover 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' at anti-Tory demonstration
Today (July 1st) there's a mass demonstration taking place across London against austerity and Theresa May's coalition with the DUP.


To kick things off, Peace, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly., The Rhythm Method and Wolf Alice performed sets on the back of a truck at Broadcasting House before the march headed off to Parliment Square.


And of course Wolf Alice got involved in a few 'Oh Jeremy Corbyn' chants.










There was also a cover of Carole King's 'Way Over Yonder' because "all of our songs are too miserable and angry, we need to play something positive," before Ellie explained, "if the people are united, they will never be divided."






"Theresa May can find an extra £1Billion for the DUP but can't find the money to properly fund our NHS, or for decent housing, education and secure jobs for the rest of us. What's become blatantly clear is austerity is an idealogical choice not a necessity. It's time for a change and this demonstration is just the start of a huge campaign that won't stop until the greedy Tories are out of office."



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