Sepp Osley shares ‘Sing’. A dance-pop anthem of resilience and solidarity amidst Iran’s ‘Woman Life Freedom’ movement

The production of Sing pays tribute to the strength of women, with renowned French-Iranian artist Beni creating striking cover art that captures the essence of the movement
30 March 2024
Cover Art by Beni

The murder of Iranian girl Mahsa Jina Amini in 2022 triggered protests and the “Woman Life Freedom” movement. Inspired by these events, Sepp Osley’s dance-pop​ track Sing celebrates the resilience of the woman-led revolution, echoing calls for justice and equality​.

The production of Sing pays tribute to the strength of women, with renowned French-Iranian artist Beni creating striking cover art that captures the essence of the movement. Proceeds from pre-orders of the single on iTunes will support Elham Modaressi, a female activist undergoing life-saving treatment in Turkey following her imprisonment by the Iranian regime during the revolution.

Photo by Rob Blackham

Osley’s personal story as an immigrant, fleeing war-torn Iran with his family as a child, informs his music, bridging cultural divides through art. Previous works like his reimagined version of Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall, titled Hey Ayatollah Leave Those Kids Alone, and collaborations with musicians like Peter Frampton and Mollie Marriott in Dear John have solidified Osley’s reputation as a messenger of peace and unity.

With Sing, Sepp Osley inspires global solidarity, offering hope in the face of adversity through his music.

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