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Do you want to appear in a pop video?

Newbury musician, Liisa, will shoot the video for her new song in the Market Place next week

FANCY starring in a pop video?

Newbury musician Liisa is shooting the film for her new song in the town square - and you could be in it.

The singer - real name Liisa Henriksson - revealed her debut album is to be produced by Ken Stringfellow, known for his work with Indie legends R.E.M.

In recent months she has been working with Stringfellow at his Paris studio but on Tuesday she will be holding open auditions for the video's crowd scene.

All ages are welcome and Liisa, aged 27, said: The song, called Stop Shh-ing, is an anthem for the underdog so I would encourage people of all kinds to take part in the video, regardless of age, colour or disability.”

Liisa, who wrote the video script as well as the song, said of working with Stringfellow: “I always dreamt of working with Ken because I admire his music so much, and I knew he had previously worked with other, independent artists. It was only a year ago when I finally had the courage to drop him an email and a demo. To my surprise he declared he loved it and was instantly willing to work with me.”

The audition will be held at Northcroft Leisure Centre from 8pm. To reserve a place, email bobowrecords@gmail.com and type Liisa Video in the subject line.

Filming in the market place will take place on Sunday, March 13.

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