Brazilian Musician Marcelo Cervone Launches a Trending Independent Song for the 2014 World Cup

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 10, 2014 -- By Francisco Moreira

Brazilian musician residing in London, Marcelo Cervone, released his fast trending song "A World Brought Together", a rock song with a samba twist, launched on the 5th of June 2014. The song was launched on Youtube (Link Included Below) with an official video created by Filmmaker Vilde Randgaard.

With the tagline Together we are one, on a journey through the eyes of the world. United by one shot, one party, one moment, the song is gaining momentum on YouTube reaching over 2,000 views in just under 72 hours.

Marcelo Cervone is expecting views to continue rising over the coming weeks as the World Cup takes an even more prominent place in people's minds and screens (TV, News, and Social Media feeds alike).

"No matter what your walk of life, there are a few things that have the power to unite us. My belief is that Sports and the Arts are core to all of us. We are united by what truly makes us human." A message Marcelo aims to communicate through this video, a message he strongly believes in, and hopes will spread as the video grows in popularity.

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About Marcelo Cervone

Brazilian born Actor/Musician Marcelo Cervone was raised in Portugal and currently resides in London. Having traveled through a variety of countries his music and performances reflect the influence of the various cultures he's been exposed to. Marcelo's music always looks to share the collective experience he's been privileged to have had - often portrayed in the multitude of rhythms, ranging from samba to blues, that are present in his songs.


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About Marcelo Cervone

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Press Release Submitted On: June 10, 2014 at 7:36 pm
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