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The Fratellis announce special version of new album with all profits going to children's charities

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The Fratellis have announced a special digital download of their new album with all profits going to three different children's charities.The album Half Drunk Under A Full Moon includes their live cover of Baccara's “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” as performed on the Chris Evans Breakfast show.The Fratellis and label Cooking Vinyl have decided to donate 100 per cent of their income from the 'Charity Boogie Bundle' to children's charities: The Tartan Army Children's Charity, SoccerAid and The Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund.Fans also have the chance to win a VIP trip for two to see The Fratellis peform 'Yes Sir, I Can Boogie' on a live TV show during the delayed UEFA Euro 2020 Finals this summer, including a meet and greet with the band and other.

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