8 May 2022

Sixty Plus Surfers Features EIIR: Jubilee Anthem


Sixty Plus Surfers has featured EIIR: The Platinum Record, A Jubilee Anthem.

Project Visionary and Founder of the British Monarchist Society, Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills says, “Never before in British history has such a Royal milestone been reached, let alone marked in such a symbolic way. It is an event that has truly been over one-thousand years in the making which encompasses this nation’s story and unique history. The creation of this anthem in honour of Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee has allowed us to celebrate the special brand of magic that only Her Majesty has been able to create over the past 70 years of her reign.”

Opera singer Lesley Garrett has helped to launch a new Jubilee anthem composed in honour of the Queen as a “thank your” for her 70-year reign. The two-part composition features the renowned soprano and West End baritone star Rodney Earl Clarke, along with the London Community Gospel Choir.

Garrett said: “I think in a way we’re representing the country and the Commonwealth and hopefully expressing what everyone feels about the Queen, and saying thank you to her for the great service she’s given for all these many decades.

The Platinum Album debuted as number 1 & 2 on the iTunes Classical chart on the day of its release!  On 21 April, The Platinum Album was released to the public via music streaming platforms worldwide. Both songs on the album debuted at #1 and #2 on the iTunes Classical Music chart in the UK. The album debuted at #27 on the iTunes UK Top 100 Albums chart.

The Platinum Record consists of two songs, the first of which, “The Four British Nations,” was composed by private Royal composer to the Royal family, Dr.Olga Thomas-Bosovskaya, and produced by Robert Emery with lyrics by Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills.

The second song on the album, “(Your Majesty) We Thank You From Our Hearts,” was composed by Anton Van Der Mere, who also co-produced the track with Etienne Lane and co-wrote the lyrics with Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills. The song features steel drums of the Caribbean, the Didgeridoo of Australia, Hindi, Maori, and Swahili chants among other regional music flavours that reference the various countries of the British Commonwealth. The Anthem project was conceived and produced by the British Monarchists Society Founder, Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills.  READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE