Rugby club Hull Kingston Rovers have released a download single of Erasure’s ‘A Little Respect’ – their current club anthem – as a charity single in the run-up to their forthcoming appearance in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final at Wembley on August 29th.
The decision to release the song comes on the back of Erasure frontman Andy Bell supporting the team with a good luck message for the cup game that also featured an impromptu acoustic performance of the song.
The single, which features vocals from the club’s first team squad as well as the original backing track from the band, is available to DOWNLOAD NOW from iTunes with proceeds split between the charities Freddie’s Friends, Downright Special and the Terrence Higgins Trust.
Hull Kingston Rovers will also be producing 100 limited-edition vinyl copies and these are available to ORDER ONLINE from their website. All vinyl copies will be available to collect after the Challenge Cup final and £5 from each copy sold will be donated to the charities.