52 Portraits is a project by Jonathan Burrows, Matteo Fargion, and Hugo Glendinning. Colin, Simon and I was invited to perform a portrait in December 2016.


Colin says in this song we should talk about love and friendship and the things that bring us together and the obstacles that keep us apart.
The things that bring us together and the obstacles that keep us apart.
Simon says he feels like a really unusual newsreader and something is going on in the foreground.
And something is going on in the foreground.

(to the tune of The Cold Song’ by Purcell, as sung by Klaus Nomi)


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