We're All Going To Die
|"We're All Going To Die"|
|Single by Malcolm Middleton|
|from the album A Brighter Beat|
|Released||10 & 17 December 2007|
|Format||Digital download, 7" single|
|Label||Full Time Hobby|
|Malcolm Middleton singles chronology|
"We're All Going To Die" is a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Malcolm Middleton, and the fourth single released from A Brighter Beat. The song was released on 10 December and more widely on 17 December 2007. A limited-edition seven-inch record was also released at a later date.
Championed by Colin Murray and other BBC Radio 1 DJs, there was a campaign to make the song the Christmas number-one in the UK singles chart. The song was originally given odds of 1000/1 to reach the top spot by bookmakers William Hill, the longest odds they have ever given. The odds were later cut to 9/1, but in the event the song reached only number 31.
Regarding the song, Middleton notes that the song has "nothing whatsoever" to do with Christmas and that it is about "general life worries."
- "We're All Going To Die"
- "We're All Going To Die (Sportsday Megaphone Remix)"
- "We're All Going To Die (The LK Remix)"
- "Malcolm Middleton "We're All Going To Die"". Full Time Hobby. 2007-11-22. Retrieved 2007-12-05.
- "BBC Radio 1 DJs back Malcolm Middleton's Xmas Number One bid". NME. Retrieved 2007-12-05.
- Swash, Rosie (2007-11-12). "Miserable Christmas! Malcolm Middleton targets yuletide charts". Guardian Unlimited. Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved 2007-12-05.
- "Festive double for X Factor stars". BBC News. 2007-12-23. Retrieved 2007-12-23.
- "Malcolm Middleton". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
- The Skinny: Issue 39, Dec 08 pg.39
- on YouTube
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