“Sing – Revolution Rock Mix” – Sepp Osley’s Defiant Anthem for Freedom


Sepp Osley, the Iranian-born, London-based musician, activist, and singer-songwriter, emerges once again as a beacon of hope and empowerment with his latest release, “Sing – Revolution Rock Mix.” Following the success of his chart-topping single “Sing – Freedom Club Mix,” Osley’s newest iteration of the track is a powerful continuation of his commitment to social change and advocacy for freedom.

Inspired by the tragic events surrounding the murder of Iranian girl Mahsa Jina Amini and the subsequent protests for “Woman Life Freedom,” Osley channels his passion for justice and empowerment into his music. “Sing – Revolution Rock Mix” is not just a song; it’s a revolutionary anthem infused with alternative and indie fervour, reminiscent of The Killers and Depeche Mode. With cascading synths and anthemic choruses, the track becomes a rallying cry for female empowerment and the pursuit of freedom. 

Osley’s personal journey as an immigrant escaping war-torn Iran adds depth and authenticity to his music, giving him a profound understanding of cultural divides and a fervent commitment to bridging them through his art. His previous works, including the reworked version of Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick In The Wall” and “Dear John” featuring legendary musician Peter Frampton, have garnered acclaim for their messages of peace and unity.

Listen to Sepp Osley Sing – Revolution Rock Mix below:


Tom L.

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