Tim Arnold’s creative versatility recently led godfather of punk Iggy Pop to compare him to David Bowie.

With three albums set to be released this year, Arnold, (who also leads the Save Soho group with Stephen Fry) has found time to further his film making and directing, with new single Change featuring the legendary dancer and mime artist Lindsay Kemp, who famously taught Bowie and Kate Bush.

In the video for Change, Kemp interprets the lyrics from Arnold’s song by only using his face. Whilst working together, Arnold and Kemp discovered a shared history with Soho.

In the early 1960’s, Kemp danced professionally with Arnold’s gay parents, Polly Perkins and Toni Harrison Kahn in the theatre clubs of Soho.

The single ‘Change’ will be released on the 27th March to commemorate World Theatre Day.

Take a look at the video here:



Tim will be performing the song for the first time at The Union Club, Soho – Tues, 18th April 2017
Ticket Link: http://www.seetickets.com/event/save-soho-the-reservation/the-union-club-london/1064413

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