Friend, welcome.

In support of marriage equality in Australia, we're rallying the troops to create something beautiful.
Let Us Say I Do is a song written by Amy Firth with the talents of Annalie Wilson.
 To sing it from the rooftops, we need three things: £600, footage of your love & your willingness to share.


Here we are singing our hearts our in our rehearsal room. 

As a proud Aussie sheila based in London, I've felt removed from the front lines of LGBT solidarity marches, rallies and campaigning carried out by the courageous hearted ones right across Australia.

So often we want to do something and support an important cause but don't know how or where to contribute. This little venture is an opportunity for us all huddle together & create an offering of solidarity.

So, how can you help?

Great question - here's how:

$£$ - chuck in a fiver!

We're crowdfunding £600 via JustGiving to create a quality studio recording & music video on the cheap here in London. We are booked to record in Resident Studios on Saturday 14th October, so have 2 weeks to come up with the funds. Whoooop!

And don't hold back, cos all excess proceeds will go to LGBTQI charities in Australia.


share your love in our video

We want our music video to be filled with happy shining faces who support marriage equality and stand for love. If you want to take part please email us one of the following and you will be edited into our music video:
- a picture of you kissing someone you love.
- footage from your wedding/love celebration.
- a video of you/your loved ones singing along to the song.
Send us your love vie email here or share by using #LetUsSayIDo


sharing is caring

We are always grateful to people who share and promote worthy causes - so even if you can't support financially or with the video, you can show your support by helping us spread the word across your networks.

Even just sharing the below link on your social media networks would be a huge help: 


What's the deal, Australia?

We're mindful this whole situation may be news to many outside of Australia, so here's three fun facts to get you up to speed:

fun fact 1

Anyone who is not Australian will more than likely be surprised to learn that we do not have Marriage Equality in Australia. I know, I know - Kylie Minogue, Mardi Gras & Priscilla and all that, - it's shocking, right?
Despite all our queer fabulousness, Australia's Marriage Act states that "marriage is strictly between a man and a woman" preventing same-sex couples the right to marry.
*eye roll*

fun fact 2

This September, Australia has spent $122 million on a non-compulsory, non-legally binding postal survey asking Australians:
Should the law be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry? This survey - (note it's not a vote, but a survey) - has been a cause of deep hurt, frustration and shame for many Australians who deeply believe in the simple right for all consenting adults to unite in love and be fully recognised, protected and celebrated by Australia's marriage act.

fun fact 3

To combat the negative, hurtful and hateful rhetoric being flung around as a result of this survey, and despite the very notion of this survey being deeply offensive and ridiculous - we work with what we've got and embody what we value: kindness, courage & unity.
We wrote a marriage equality anthem for us all to sing from the mountain tops. This song is an offering of support, beauty & kindness, and heckfire, we all know our world needs that shiz by the bucketload.  

About Us


amy firth

Amy is an Australian Interfaith Minister, Spiritual Counsellor & singer/songwriter based in London. Ordained with the OneSpirit Interfaith Foundation in 2016, she is of service to people of all faiths and none, creating words, music & bespoke, sacred ceremony. 

Passionate about the Arts & its ability to connect us, her most recent album Watchmaker’s Daughter explores the universal themes of time, hope & love. She elaborated on this topic at London's TEDx conference, encouraging people to use timepieces as a gentle reminder to embrace small moments with gratitude. 

Amy is also deeply curious about compassion in action & spiritual leadership and is a fellow of St Ethelburga's Centre for Peace & Reconciliation, having completed their Sacred Activist leadership programme in 2017.


annalie wilson

Annalie is a British singer, songwriter and producer based in London. Her music is bold, fresh and unapologetically human. Drawing strains of her Celtic roots together with early influences of jazz, blues and folk-rock Annalie sings from the heart with intensity and vulnerability, laced with her characteristic humour.

In 2014 Annalie won the Rock The House competition as Best Solo Artist and performed at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster. She also played at the Mayor's Thames Festival and has toured in Poland, Norway and the US.

Annalie’s single “Skin” from the Water Snakes EP (2014) was premiered on BBC Radio London. Her third full album, The Cold Blows, (2016) recorded live with piano, voice and drums, is an intimate journal of love, loss and international risk.


Let Us Say I Do

Any excess proceeds will be donated on to LGBTQI charities in Australia.

It is our intention that this project cultivates awareness, conversation and connection.

We hope it is received as an offering of solidarity, peace & unity, allowing music to do what it does best; bring people together & rejoice in LOVE.

With gratitude,

Amy & Annalie