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Right Said Fred New EP Good Times Everybody

Right Said Fred are one of the UK’s most enduring pop acts and in the 28 years since ‘I’m Too Sexy’s’ release, the brothers have reached fans all across the globe

Right Said Fred are back and they’re ready to kick-start the summer with the release of their vibrant new EP Good Times Everybody, out today. Having had all their shows cancelled or postponed this year, Fred and Richard Fairbrass felt there was no better time to introduce their latest blend of tongue-in-cheek observational pop to the world and put a smile back on people’s faces.

Once again showcasing the brothers’ undeniable ability to pen fun-filled pop anthems, ‘Good Times Everybody’ is all about making every moment count. Latest single and title track ‘Good Times Everybody’ is an infectiously uplifting pop banger from the offset, filled with relatable lyrics and a singalong chorus that will have you humming along for days. The EP’s themes range from the upbeat nature of ‘Good Times Everybody’, to the poignant storytelling charm of ‘Tide’, a song about counting your blessings and grabbing every opportunity.

‘Good Times Everybody’ is the brothers’ first release since their acclaimed album ‘Exactly!’, which came out in 2017. Their single, ‘Sweet Treats’ premiered on Ken Bruce’s BBC Radio 2 show and the guys headed in to see Chris Evans at Radio 2 as well, performing a special acoustic version of the single and ‘I’m Too Sexy’.

Right Said Fred are one of the UK’s most enduring pop acts and in the 28 years since ‘I’m Too Sexy’s’ release, the brothers have reached fans all across the globe, selling in excess of 7 million copies of their debut album Up worldwide, receiving two Ivor Novellos for ‘I’m Too Sexy’, and ‘Deeply Dippy’, as well as a Brit Award nomination for Best British Act.

They also have three BMI awards. Fred and Richard have played The Royal Variety Performance, met the Queen, released a track for Comic Relief (‘Stick It Out’) and, most importantly, Richard was voted Rear of the Year, by Smash Hits Magazine.

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