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Here Come The Hatters song helps youth development

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Things are going unbelievably well at the moment for Luton Town, aren’t they?, writes Steve Sims.

Banging in the goals, left, right and centre, and our rivals dropping points while we open up a gap at the top of the Conference table.

But although we’re taking nothing for granted (we’ve had enough hard-luck stories over the years), it seems a return to the Football League is well and truly on the cards.

To celebrate the fact that the Hatters are in top form right now, Luton-based band Bowfinger have just released a single .

It’s the first song about the mighty Town since Jane Ledsom and the Shouty Boys did the catchy Thirty Down To Zero song back in the 2008/9 season to have a dig at the football authorities who docked us those 30 points (with a Wembley follow-up version).

Bring Me Sunshine (Here Come The Hatters) can be downloaded from www.bowfinger.net for £2.

A statement from the band said: “We are going to donate 100% of the profit from sales to a worthy and very important organisation – Supporters of Luton Youth Development (SoLYD) which raises funds for Luton Town’s youth development department.

“As a band that has always been proud of the fact that we come from Luton and as long time fans of Luton Town FC we felt it was time we shouted about it.

“So, we visited our good friend Justin Saban at Latent Lemon Audio and, with the help of some of our fellow LTFC fans, we recorded a song in celebration of our favourite team and the fact that they just can’t stop scoring.

“We hope that the fans get behind it and help us raise some cash for the future stars of LTFC. See you on the terraces.”

As bonus to those downloading the song, the guys will also send a copy of another of their new tracks, It Comes With A Bang.

Click on the video play icon for a slideshow of Hatters action with the new music as a backing track.

 

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