"F*ck The Lot Of Ya" Sandi Thom Uploads Tearful Industry Rant To Facebook
Sandi Thom has taken to Facebook to bemoan the "bullshit" music industry in a tearful rant.
The I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker singer said she is done with the music industry following her latest single's rejection.
The Scottish singer broke down as she launched an attack on BBC Radio 2's decision not to add her single to their playlist.
The 34-year-old explained that she is "f*cking sick to death" of having her music turned down by the national broadcaster's team of selectors and lamented the fact that she "can do no right".
She said: "I just heard that Earthquake didn't make the Radio 2 playlist again.
"I wanted to make this video so people realise how much it hurts because I apparently can do no right.
"I wrote a song that is pop and catchy and fits their format and there is no reason why they shouldn't play my music and I swear to God they have no idea how much it actually hurts when it's been years and years trying to gain some kind of respect from these people."
She revealed that after years of trying, she is turning her back on the industry.
She continued: "I am done with this industry. I am f*cking sick and tired of having to sit on the edge of my seat waiting for these people to come back and tell me their verdict of whether this song is going to be a success."
"Honest to God I'm f****** sick to death of the b******* this industry pulls on people like me and I've had it. Enough I'm done."
Sandi shot to fame in 2006 when her Punk Rocker single went straight to the top of the charts but her career failed to take off in the following years, with only two of her twelve releases makig the charts.
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