The Voice stars Remember Monday enlist help of former coach to launch new single


It’s not an easy task to impress The Voice UK judges but back in 2019, Remember Monday wowed Jennifer Hudson with their original song Jailbreaker. Now, they’ve caught the attention of Brian May with their cover of Fat Bottomed Girls.

The band are still firm favourites with the nation having now amassed 330k TikTok followers with over 20 million views across the channel.

Their cover of Fat Bottomed Girls went viral with Queen star Brian sharing it on his own Instagram page.

And, Jennifer has helped to fund their video for new single Nothing Nice to Say, which is about female-empowerment and women speaking up.

The group, who are country, pop, and folk trio, said of the single: “As women, we frequently feel like we can’t say enough without saying “too much”.

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“Collectively, we have learned so many lessons living as women in this world.

“Jennifer Hudson, our former coach on The Voice, empathises with the message of Nothing Nice to Say and helped us fund our music video for the song – her support has been amazing.

“When Jennifer Hudson takes a vested interest in the projects you’re working on, you know it will be an exciting release!”

The band is made up of Lauren Byrne, Holly-Anne Hull and Charlotte Steele.

Remember Monday met at school and have been performing with one another ever since with the band forming in 2018.

Fans of The Voice stars can listen to their new single now and show their support for the quart-finalists.

The Voice UK is set to return to ITV in 2023.



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