Daily Star: Rocker MPs put politics aside to release album for the homeless

A band of rocker MPs have put their politics aside to release an album to raise funds for the homeless.

The group called MP4 launched the record at a star-studded gig inside the Houses of Parliament, on Thursday night.

The quartet, made up of the SNP’s Pete Wishart, Labour’s Kevin Brennan, former labour MP Ian Cawsey, and Tory Sir Greg Knight, hope the disc will shine a light on Britain’s homeless crisis.

The EP, entitled ‘MP4 EP5’ features 5 original tracks, including Do You See Me?, a moving plea to passers-by written from the point of view of a rough sleeper.

Stars including Feargal Sharkey and Specials legend Neville Staple were there to show their support.

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