The Lockerz release World Cup charity song

PUBLISHED: 17:00 26 May 2018

The Lockerz

The Lockerz


A World Cup charity single recorded by a group of Weston-super-Mare friends has been released.

They Think It’s All Over by The Lockerz is available to download with all proceeds going to a project to build a school for disadvantaged children in Nepal.

The group was put together by producer Colin Erison, known as CJ, and they also released a single before the 2016 European Championships.

They Think It’s All Over is available for 99p from iTunes, Amazon and other music download websites.

Colin said: “99p won’t change your life but it will change the lives of children.

“Please download our song and share it with everyone you know.

“Lets help gain awareness of this great cause.”

The campaign has gained lots of support from some celebrity faces including cricketers Peter Trego and Marcus Trescothick, and ex-footballers Andrew Cole and Shaun Goater.

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