Band release shit Christmas single – and insist you buy it ‘because it’s for charity’

A band is following in the footsteps of Band Aid 30 by releasing a shit single and telling people to buy it ‘because it’s a charity single’.

Acres of Doom have released a song that their lead singer Freddy Twmpath wrote when he was on the toilet. They hope to raise £50 for a local charity that looks to rehome lost rabbits.

Twmpath told Grumpy Fuckers:



“The song is really, really shit. But we dragged the school choir in here to tart it up a little. We don’t really care what it sounds like to be honest but you do need to buy it because it’s for a good cause. Them poor rabbits – they all need a loving home you know.”

But critics have pointed out that releasing a single could have been avoided. Neighbour Jim LargeArse told Grumpy Fuckers:

“The fakking noise that was coming from their bedroom was shocking. Why couldn’t they raise money by doing something crazy like sitting in a bath full of baked beans. They do it on Children in Need – why not here?”

The single will be available from all good retailers and some crap ones.

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One thought on “Band release shit Christmas single – and insist you buy it ‘because it’s for charity’

  1. John Rhodes says:

    I note the rabbit sponsoring single will be in stock in crap shops, please send me a free copy as I need a practice target to realign the telescopic sight on my air rifle. To hell with the irritating bloody rabbits.

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