In 2018, MP4 returned to once again cross the boundaries that divide political parties in the pursuit of a common goal: to help put an end to homelessness in the UK. This offering, EP5, was released by the band at a special launch party in the Speaker’s House in Westminster Palace. The night was particularly special in that it was the first instance in which a rock band had ever been allowed to hold a concert in these chambers.

The EP launch was organised in collaboration between the band, Revolver Records and Musicians Against Homelessness, with all proceeds from the EP to be donated to Crisis, the UK homelessness charity. One track on the EP, Do You See Me?, was written by singer/ guitarist/ pianist Kevin Brennan MP in collaboration with Simon Darlow, previously known for his work with the likes of Grace Jones and Dollar. The track is written from the perspective of a homeless person, and is the focal point of the EP. The band is completed by ex MP Ian Cawsey (Bass, Vocals), Rt Hon Sir Greg Knight MP (Drums, Percussion) and Pete Wishart MP (Piano, Keyboards).


Track listing:

  1. A Little Bit Longer
  2. Life’s Worth Living
  3. Tomorrow Comes
  4. Do You See Me?
  5. We Still Got It (Live)


Take a look at the links below to stream or buy the EP, and help to end homelessness in the UK: