‘Poor Men Die’ is a step away from the usual big sounding guitars and drums stomping along to Tony Steele and The Massacre’s songs, it’s just lead singer and songwriter Tony Steele with an accoustic guitar playing alongside a big string section and well respected producer Ciaron Bell playing Piano.

The song lyrics themself are a portrayal of the harsh circumstances that the homeless have to endure and the apparent lack of support that has led to so many homeless being on the streets. The song has got a melancholy Christmas feel to it while striking a harsh message and plea for more support from the people in power. All proceeds from the single will be going to ‘The Whitechapel Centre for the Homeless’ in Liverpool with a code inserted onto the video to text and donate.

Text STEELE 5 to 70085 to donate £5 Texts cost £5 plus one standard rate message.

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