Deposed Tory Big Beasts release Africa cover version

Several high profile Tory ‘Big Beasts’ who lost their seats in last week’s general election have banded together to release a unique cover version of Africa by Toto.

Penny Mordaunt, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Liz Truss and more have been busy in the studio, recording a lament to the Tories Rwanda plan, which was callously scrapped by new Prime Minister Keir Starmer.

“We just wanted immigrants to enjoy a pleasant all-expenses paid trip to Rwanda,” said Mordaunt. “It was a humanitarian policy that has been wrongfully vilified as cruel and racist.”

“Even though Commie Keir has torpedoed our plan we want to keep it in the public consciousness,” said Truss. “That’s why we are releasing our version of Africa, so immigrants know there is still hope they can reach their Rwandan nirvana.”

The track, which reworks the lyrics of the 1982 classic, features a ‘freeform bumble’ by Boris Johnson as well as a lute solo by Rees-Mogg.

DTTN has seen the following excerpt, which we understand is reflective of the track’s overall theme:

I hear the drums echoing tonight
But she hears only whispers of some quiet deportation
She’s being shipped out, 12:30 flight
The moonlit votes reflect the Tories that guide me towards Kigali
I stopped an old man along the way
Telling him to go back to his own country
He turned to me as if to say
“Hurry, boy, Rwanda’s waiting there for you”

All proceeds from the single will go the Big Beasts Slush Fund.

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