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Morever Makes Music Video for Lockdown Living Room Singing Sensations

Bobby Darin’s rendition of Mack the Knife has been given a unique twist by husband Ben who is the family’s lyrical wizard. The family are Ben (45), wife Danielle (44), and their four children Alfie (15), Thomas (13), Ella (12) and Tess (9).

From their home in Faversham to the iconic Moth Club in Hackney for a glamourous Rat Pack inspired music video, the new track is their first foray into music production and professional video. Despite having no professional experience, the whole family took the performance in their stride. 

Morever recreated the look and feel of a speak-easy style working man’s club. They used their storytelling experience to weave in a clever deceit - that grandad had come to watch their performance but didn’t know he was featured in the song.

The production was shot in a single day. 

The family were inspired to release the track because grandad Danielle's father John Burn was diagnosed with the disease in 2018. The university professor has since fully recovered. 

All profits from downloads of this song will be donated by the Marsh family to Prostate Cancer UK.

Managing Director, Abi Mellor, said:

“The family brings some swing and sparkle to a subject that we need to talk about more. Though more used to singing in their living room, they were true professionals. The talented bunch were fabulous fun to work with on the day.  We hope the track raises a ton of money to help Prostate Cancer UK, do what they do best, help beat prostate cancer.”

Alison Day, Director of Communications at Prostate Cancer UK, said: “It’s been a pleasure working with the mega-talented Marsh family and Morever to achieve such a fantastic piece of content. The music video perfectly captures an upbeat, glitzy and glamorous tone, and includes some lovely family interactions that give warmth and humanity. We had a vision, and everyone delivered! We want to see a future where men’s lives are not limited by this disease, and we know men and their loved ones feel the same. Together we can stop men dying, and we thank the Marsh family and Morever for playing such a brilliant role in supporting us.”

Danielle Marsh, said: “Recording a video outside our house for the first time could have been a daunting process, but in fact was a thoroughly enjoyable day for us all.  We felt comfortable and supported throughout and are extremely proud of the finished product, which perfectly represents our vision for our song.”

The Double A side release pairs ‘Mack the Knife’ with a poignant original Christmas song called ‘Bring Us A Candle’, written and recorded at home. Together, the songs reflect what Christmas means to The Marsh Family: fun, family-oriented, together, and hopeful. The songs embrace positive messages without falling into Christmas cliches, and without hiding from the pandemic and other difficult subjects.

To watch Mack the Knife (prostate cancer – facts of life) visit prostate cancer uk/marshfamily or to download the song visit with all profits donated by the Marsh family to Prostate Cancer UK.


Morever is a creative agency based in Brighton specialising in film and animation.

Morever works with many of the UK’s best loved Charities including Greenpeace, the RSPCA, The British Red Cross, the Stroke Association, Diabetes UK, Blind Veterans UK, Breast Cancer Now, Tommy’s, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity, the Co-op Foundation and many more.  And were the winners of the Gold award at the Charity Film Awards 2020 for their work with Blind Veterans UK. 

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