We're All Human


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Raising money for LGBT charities


'We're All Human' ©
Music written by Georgey Payne
Lyrics written by Georgey Payne and Sofia Antonia Milone

Vocal Arrangement by Georgey Payne

Musical Arrangement by The L Project Musicians and Georgey Payne
Recording performed by contributing artists of The L Project Recorded at Dean Street Studios, London

Head Engineer and Initial Mix by Austen Jux-Chandler of Dean Street Studios, London

Mixed and Mastered by Stuart Hellier and Georgey Payne at 8db Studios




Chosen charities: This song has been recorded using collected sponsor money, meaning that all proceeds, including royalties will be given to charity. We're All Human will be raising money for: Mermaids, the Russian LGBT Network and Kaleidoscope Trust.



Release date: May 4th 2014, song and video.



Description: Think of this song as We Are The World but for LGBT+ people, focussing on the right to love freely and be who you are without penalty.




Official photography can be previewed HEREDean Street Stills, images for print and web can be downloaded HERE.
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Got a query? Contact us direct on info@thel-project.com and we'd be happy to answer all your questions.




Watch the video now! You can listen to the song via our YouTube video now!





Press release - For Immediate Release - May 12th




We're All Human, official theme tune for IDAHOT on May 17, breaks into the UK charts.


We're All Human, the new charity single from The L Project and official theme tune for the 10th International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHOT) on May 17th, has entered the UK official independent singles chart at no 36.


The song, which in it's first week of release was tweeted by celebrities such as Stephen Fry, Clare Balding, and Martina Navratilova, stands a chance of breaking into the mainstream over the coning weeks. If it does, it will carry with it IDAHOT's message to stand against violence and oppression, and promote freedom, diversity and acceptance wolrdwide.


"Diversity and love is a message everyone can get behind, whether LGBT or not", commented Georgey Payne, one of the project's coordinators. "We hope that everyone - especially non-LGBT people - takes the opportunity this week to download the song and add their vote of support for a world without prejudice."

The song, recorded over a weekend at London's Dean Street Studios, combines the talents of 19 LGBT artists, many of whom are established on the LGBT scene. All these artists gave their time for free to The L Project, who have been raising funds and awareness to promote diversity for the last two years.


The L Project's 2012 single 'It Does Get Better' reached number 11 in the UK independent charts and has so far raised almost £10,000 for Stonewall and Diversity Role Models.


We're All Human will be donating 100% of all proceeds to LGBT charities Kaleidoscope Trust, who fight to uphold the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people internationally; The Russian LGBT Network, who will help victims of LGBT abuse in Russia; and Mermaids, a UK youth transgender charity.

The song can be downloaded on all good download sites, including iTunes and Amazon iTunes:


iTunes: http://goo.gl/OrNeQy

Amazon: http://goo.gl/tqFmsW


There is also an accompanying official music video, as well as a BSL signed version, and a series of behind-the-scenes shorts.


Official Music Video for We're All Human - The L Project: http://goo.gl/tnqRHL



The L Project are on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheLProject) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/TheLProject1)



Georgey Payne & Sofia Antonia Milone

The L Project











Drums - Ben Lambert (Various)

Rhythm guitar - Mandy Burton (Eeek)

Piano - Catherine Feeney (Never The Bride)

Bass - Lorna Thomas (Various)

Lead guitar - Charley Stone (Various)



Peter Caulfield

Hartley Wilson

Thomas Guest

Andy Fawcett

Alexandros Reizos

Georgey Payne (Greymatter)

Sofia Antonia Milone

Emma Kavanagh (Greymatter)


Amber Taylor-Groves (HeadsHearts)

Julie Price

Lucy Burton (Eeek)

Nikki Lamborn (Never The Bride)

Beth Prior


Additional Chorus Members:

Colin Benn

Louise Herbert

Lara King

Clare Taylor-Groves

Emma Bennett

Nat Adams

Sam Adams

Stacey Donohoe

Cookie Arnone

Annelen Starefoss

Molly (Promise)

Annabel (Promise)

River Keohane

Jean-Michel Escoffier



Engineer - Austen Jux-Chandler - Dean St Studios

Assistant - Jonny Solway - Dean St Studios


Final Balance and Mastering:

Stuart Hellier - 8db Studios



Austen Jux-Chandler

Stuart Hellier

Georgey Payne



Behind the scenes - Victoria Pratt

Official video - Nicola Prestage

Official video and photography - Kate Green



Head runner - Cookie Arnone

Sam Adams



Nat Adams






This years sponsors





Paul Mitchell  Gemin Art

Liz Kessler  Planet London  Sally Edwards  Shropshire Idaho

Krista Wyatt  Dean Street Studios

Anderson Travel  Ibis Hotels  Wahaca  Pret a Manger

8db studios  Frog Soup

Pretty Pink Pearl






Further background notes


You can find lots of information about exactly who we are and what we do on our main website (see links at the top of the page). There you will find out about our mission, and well as back ground on our prevous charity song, It Does Get Better, and the story of who we are and how we came to be.

A brief outline is provided beneath, however for your convenience:


The L Project is run by Georgey Payne and Sofia Antonia Milone.


On Feb 11th 2012 The L Project released an LGBT anti-bullying charity song entitled It Does Get Better.

It was recorded by seventeen of the UK's most talented lesbian artists. All proceeds including all royalties from both the song and the video go directly to two chosen charities Stonewall and Diversity Role Models who both help prevent LGBT bullying.


Within seventeen hours of release the song shot to No.1 in the UK Amazon and iTunes charts. It held position there for over a week. It also reached No.11 in the Official UK Independent Charts.

Overall It Does Get Better charted in 4 different countries worldwide.

In May 2013, Sofia and Georgey were flown out to Ohio, USA and Norway for two special performances of the charity song.

It Does Get Better has won three awards including Outstanding contribution to the LGBT community - Midlands Zone 2012 Readers Awards



The song gained worldwide LGBT media attention, and was supported and shared by many celebrities, including Clare Balding and Kirsty Allsop.


The song has raised thousands for The L project's chosen LGBT charities.


Since its release the It Does Get Better video has had 400,000 collective Youtube hits including the BSL & Subtitled version.

The L Project has to date gained over 40,000 likes on Facebook.

You can view the official video for It Does Get Better on youtube HERE, or view it alongside full vocal arrangement on our website HERE.






Once again, thankyou for taking the time to visit our online press pack for We're All Human.


We hope you have all the information you require prior to release, and we'd like to thank you in advance for anything you can do to help us spread the word.


We hope to raise even more money with this song, and generate even more awareness. As you can see, our aim is to get this song played on mainstream radio if possible, and one great way to do that is to get it into the top ten. Ambitious? Yes. But with your help, possible.

Sofia and Georgey