Homeless musician pens song for the future Prime Minister

Roddy Stewart records his song at New Money Studios in Hanslope
Roddy Stewart records his song at New Money Studios in Hanslope

A homeless musician who penned lyrics to the future Prime Minister is releasing his first single tomorrow.

Roddy Stewart hopes to turn his sorrow into success after being made redundant from his job at City Link on Christmas Day. He was forced to move out of his Wolverton home and is now living at the YMCA in High Wycombe.

Roddy, whose stage name is SEVERE, said: “Losing my job and my home was a kick in the teeth, but I believe everything happens for a reason. I was meant to write this song.”

In No More Lies, SEVERE sings: “I believe accepting whatever’s not right will breed disease and cease the means to repair the seams of broken Britain and broken dreams of my generation and the ones up next.”

The 27-year-old hopes the next PM will hear his lyrics thanks to producers at New Money Studios in Hanslope who recorded the song. It is released on iTunes tomorrow.

All money raised from the sale of the single will go to DENS Night Shelter.