Talented students at Maybole School hit the right note by recording their own piece of music
The rising stars of the song had the chance to record their own piece of music.
Prestwick singer Scott Nicol traveled to Crosshill Primary in Maybole to work with the pupils on writing and recording their song.
The track, titled Smile Forever, aims to capture the values of the school and its own video is due out later this month.
Scott said: “I want to thank the brilliant Ian Matchet for his expertise in setting up, recording and mixing the track.
“The manager, Ms Devlin, even sang (wonderfully) on the recording and Ms Pringle and Miss Jess really added to the lyrics of the song.
“We tried to write while incorporating the values of the school and the students were so engaged from the start.
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“Ideas came flooding in and we quickly had the song that became ‘Smile Forever’.
“It’s a song full of optimism and sunshine…perfect for summer.
“I love the message of the track, being an encouragement to someone and lifting them up.
“The students sang together in chorus and we also had some soloists and some students even recorded percussion on the track.
“I must say I loved the experience, the students were very creative and even designed the artwork.”
The track is now available to download on all the right platforms with potential radio airplay to follow and video launch slated for later in April.
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