Multi-award winning folk band Young’uns release song documenting story of Naz & Matt

Naz always wanted to go to Glastonbury, but we never quite made it there before my darling sadly passed away.

Then along comes a stranger with a beautiful kind heart, who I’ve never met before, who makes a dream come true without them even realising it.

Naz will be going to Glastonbury this year – in fact we both are in some way – in spirit…

Multi-award winning folk band The Young’uns yesterday released a single in the charts today called “Be the Man“. Through their eyes it tells the story of Naz, and myself Matt, the challenges we faced to be ourselves and our eternal, unconditional love for each other.

BBC Radio 2 broadcast the song for the first time on Wednesday 21st June, and Sean and the rest of group will be performing the song live at Glastonbury for the first time this Friday! We will sadly not be there in person, but we will be there in spirit x

In the words of one of our favourite films – Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Naz you are going to Glastonbury, we will be there together in spirit!

I would like to personally thank Sean, David and Michael for their kind support and positivity producing this song, to help bring the change that will encourage parents to accept their children unconditionally and love them for how they are born.

If you are going to Glastonbury and see the Young’uns perform, please can you all send in your photos and videos?

Purchase the single and support our cause

The single “Be the Man” is available today to purchase on iTunes and Amazon Music, and stream on Spotify.

Download available here

Young’uns perform the song at Glastonbury 2017

And the audience responded by shouting a big “Naz and Matt”. My darling Naz now remembered by some many beautiful people x

Recorded 23rd June 2017

Young’uns on BBC Radio 2

You can listen below to the Young’uns live performance in the BBC Music Tepee at Glastonbury

Younguns at Glastonbury on BBC Radio 3

Matt set up the Naz and Matt Foundation in memory of his soulmate and fiancé, Naz, who passed away two days after being confronted about his sexuality by his religious parents. It was the first time that they knew their son was gay, in a relationship with Matt for 13 years and that they were planning to get married.

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