Online streaming services have banned the new single from a quirky London-based artist, due to the artwork being ‘too provocative’. Far from being deterred, though, Lord Charles plans to release his new track, ‘Tomahawk – Kim Attacks’ on Tuesday, 1 September via his own website www.lordcharles.eu. His online publisher, TuneCore, asked if he could censor his art – but Lord Charles says by altering the cartoon, the inspiration and message behind the song would therefore be tainted. Why was the artwork censored in the first place, though? The politically motivated design displays events between North Korea and the USA and illustrates the first of many singles from Lord Charles, all of which express political or global events.
Banned from Streaming Services: The Provocative New Single from Lord Charles
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