Phildel – Sings The New James Bond Film Theme ‘Moonsea’

Moonsea 007Well the cat is finally out of the bag, Phildel, the up and coming singer songwriter who might not be a household name yet may have come up trumps. ‘Moonsea‘ from her debut album ‘The Disappearance Of The Girl‘ just happens to be the title of the forthcoming new 007 Film of the same name. Foresight maybe, luck definitely not talent always rises to the surface. It seems the big wigs at the film studios were informed of a ready-made song. What’s more the video to accompany it could easily be mistaken for the titles of a James Bond film.  There are plans are afoot to shoot a new no expenses spared video for the TV stations. But for now you can sit back and enjoy the rough diamond version which incidentally was made by her.

This is such a prestigious accolade to bestowed on someone and is always offered to established artists such as Adele and Duran Duran. This is quite a bold step by the studios.  Asked if she was a Bond fan, the often shy Phildel stated, “It took a lot of persuasion by my record company and the money men from the film studio to convince me it was a good idea“. Well time will tell no doubt and I would love to see this hard working and talented person make it.

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1 Response to Phildel – Sings The New James Bond Film Theme ‘Moonsea’

  1. Olivia says:

    Fantastic news for a superb artist!

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