A song by the fans for the fans, we're England, we're going all the way!
I love a good old fashioned England World Cup song, and these guys get my vote for what they represent. The important thing to note about this song, 100% of the profits will go to charity. So make sure you download the track for just £0.79 by clicking HERE
Here is a statement from the guys themselves:
When it comes to releasing an England World Cup song, why set the Bar-low?
The Diamond Formation. Sick to the back teeth of the standardised footy tournament fare, and offering the genuine footy fan a slice of "Terrace House". A throwback to the myriad charms of Italia 90, when Paul Gascoigne walked the walk, Umbro kits stole the show, long shorts were overrated, and Bobby Robson was our man.
We're celebrating the sub-cultural experiences of the social football fan. Supporting your local club. Embracing the local music scene. Proud of where you were born and what that represents. With knowing nods to the Manchester of yore', this is music for the real football fans. For the man who loves the Football League. Away days. Train journeys. Beer gardens. Passion. Despair. Elation. Proud of our nation.
Just three music mad people who care about football, looking to raise money for a football charity that cares about people. The Free Kicks Foundation are our champions. A charity "whose aim is to provide football-related activities for ill, bereaved and disadvantaged children, to give them a day to remember with their favourite football club". Inspirational.
That is what this is all about. One hundred percent to the charity. No gimmicks. We're not the money grabbing divas of modern football. This is music for the real football fans. The ale drinkers. The Sunday league stinkers. The drunken laughs. The 5-a-side gaffes. The nutmegs. The beer kegs. The showboaters. The no-hopers. The big man up top. The defensive rock. The muddy boots. The grass roots.
All The Way (We're England) is music to be embraced from Manchester to the Maracana via the beating heart of the proud Englishman. A departure from the usual summer football pub lair-up, and an arrival at a classic piece of anthemic electronica. Produced by James Mulholland (Techniques) and written and recorded in Whalley Range, Manchester, this is music for those who don't need to be told what to like, and why to like it. Its time to put the world back in motion.