October 14, 2014 - United Kingdom - Alternative Rock Band Bad Pollyanna have joined forces with The Sophie Lancaster Foundation and cult makeup brand Illamasqua for their poignant charity song 'Invincible Girl' commemorating the seventh anniversary of the brutal murder of Sophie Lancaster.
Check out the Official Video for Bad Pollyanna's 'Invincible Girl':
“To say that everyone at The Sophie Lancaster Foundation is extremely excited about this track is an understatement. We all feel that seven years is an appropriate milestone to celebrate the strength and courage Sophie’s death has given us to slowly but surely change the world. The proceeds and awareness from this charity single will help us continue our crucial work”.
- Sylvia Lancaster
Bad Pollyanna's 'Invincible Girl' is available to purchase on digital download and will be released on collectable, limited-edition 12 inch vinyl – in Sophie’s favorite hue, purple.
Buy Bad Pollyanna's 'Invincible Girl' in CD & Digital formats at www.badpollyanna.com, iTunes, and Amazon MP3.
For more information on The Sophie Lancaster Foundation:
Sophie Lancaster Foundation Official Site
Facebook | Twitter
For more information on Illamasqua:
Illamasqua Official Site
Facebook | Twitter
As their oxymoronic name suggests, Bad Pollyanna represents a mix of both beauty and darkness. The band explores and celebrates the duality of love, sex and the human condition through music and art. Bad Pollyanna believe you should be whoever you want to be and are proud to support the Sophie Lancaster Foundation in conjunction with makeup brand Illamasqua.
With their debut album "Monstrous Child", vocalist Olivia Hyde takes us the journey of a young woman kidnapped by a grieving scientist who uses her to resurrect his deceased lover in the form of a doll - with disastrous consequences. Having being transformed into a monster, she sets out on a journey to discover the meaning of love, and the sweet yet bitter taste of revenge.
With the addition of bassist and programmer Nikki Kontinen, Guitarist Stephen Kilpatrick, and Drummer Valerian Adore, "Monstrous Child" creates a blend of beautiful harmonies against a backdrop of heavy beats that will take you on a ride through the deepest, darkest reaches of your being.
Bad Pollyanna have gained their cult following after sharing stages with The Fearless Vampire Killers, The Cruxshadows, and former Aiden frontman William Control on 'The Punishment Tour" in August 2014 throughout the UK and Europe.
Bad Pollyanna are proudly sponsored by cult make-up brand Illamasqua, with whom they have released the charity single "Invincible Girl" in aid of The Sophie Lancaster Foundation, a charity who helps to promote the message of tolerance towards alternative subcultures, LGBT groups and people with disabilities in schools and in prisons.