"Liberty, Equality, Fraternity" were the slogans used by the enlightenment philosophers who advocated a return to nature back in the 1700 century.The struggle continues some 300 years later when religious rights activists in the US attempt to shut down a music video on the grounds of nudity. Naturists remain a group very much at the crossroads still today. Even if in her debut video “Thank You Very Much”, pop starlet Margaret actually plays the role of the adolescent who is annoyed by the degree of nakedness certain parents would sometime force on a collective, in real life she is seriously upset at the prospect of not being allowed to reach out to her fans on grounds such as these. For kids today, nakedness is not a big deal. The video is a tongue-in-cheek way of looking at things from a different perspective.That a society that embraces the right to carry firearms in public spaces will find it appropriate to ban a video portraying a loving family environment where there is no violence, or bad behaviour and not even the suggested sexual activity is outright ridiculous in this day and age. “In spite of YouTube, generally considered the primary advocate of free speech in the 21st century siding with the dark forces in this case, I am excited that my fans are able to find the clip in other ways.” states Margaret matter of factly. “Thank You” - which indeed features around 30 fully nude men and women in the ages between 6 months and 73 years old - was intended by award winning director Chris Marrrs Piliero as a statement to decrease the drama of appearing naked in front of others, at the same time making a point of not accepting this to be forced on you. Politics and videos aside “Thank You Very Much” is piece of perfect pop aimed at airwaves and beaches of the world in the summer of 2013 to be released worldwide in a partnership between Germanys Mach1 Recordings and Extensive Music through association with Universal Music.