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Bad Manners Buster move for foodbanks

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Ska's the limit as Buster Bloodvessel releases charity single

Ska legends Bad Manners are releasing a Christmas single in aid of foodbank providers The Trussell Trust.

The Lip Up Fatty stars, fronted by Buster Bloodvessel, say their newly recorded version of What Simon Says will raise awareness of hunger as well as cash.

Buster said: “I am very excited to be involved with The Trussell Trust. They have helped so many people across Britain in recent years and I hope more people will see what an important cause this is”.

What Simon Says is a lighthearted attack on X-Factor impresario Simon Cowell, whose acts traditionally dominate the Christmas singles chart.

The single is on sale from 18 December, but you can hear it now by watching the video below.



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