It was written by Tanya Brittain as part of a Feast Cornwall funded project to capture the industrial heritage and social history of the fishing community of Looe, south east Cornwall. The song tells the story of the harbour towns of East and West Looe, and how the two communities are separated by more than just the river that runs between them.
It was performed by a community choir at a music festival in the town. The video was filmed on Looe River and features local boats and members of the local community.
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