Video: Lincolnshire Cancer Fighters count down to single launch

‘Cancer fighting’ ladies from Lincolnshire are counting down to the release of their fundraising single We’re in the Mood, which goes live for download on February 4.

After receiving support from celebrities and endorsers, the group of 23 are determined to raise as much money for Cancer Research as possible – even enlisting the help of original Nolan Sisters song writers Ben Findon, Mike Myers and Robbery Puzey.

Celebrities offered their support for the cause and have been wearing their custom t-shirts.

Celebrities offered their support for the cause and have been wearing their custom t-shirts.

The Cancer Fighters‘ new music video shows just how hard the ladies have been working towards the production of their revamped hit.

The song is available from February 4 (World Cancer Day) and can be downloaded for 99p or listened to from iTunes, Amazon, Googleplay, Deezer , Wimp, Rhapsody and Spotify.

Amelia Bailey, 45, from Washingborough set about organising a Cancer Research UK and Race for Life song in July 2014 after she was diagnosed with breast cancer.

She said: “We recorded our single on December 20/21 at Chapel Studios in Louth, where The Editors and The Kaiser Chiefs & Shirley Bassey have all recorded there too.

“Mike Myers and Robert Puzey who are two of the 3 original songwriters of the Nolans hits, came to produce us too, with Mike even flying in from Iceland especially for us!”

Amazing support for the group.

Amazing support for the group.

The fundraising doesn’t just stop at the single, the ladies are also hosting a launch ball at the Bentley Hotel on Saturday, January 31, which sold out in two days.

Amelia added:”From the February 4, Tesco is selling the tee shirts in pink for ladies and navy for men, nationally across the UK (to fall in line with our charity single being available for download) resulting in a donation to The Cancer Fighters for Cancer Research UK of between a minimum of £10,000 and up to £50,000.”

Find out more about the Cancer Fighters on their official website and donate to the cause via the online JustGiving page.

Also, read our previous story when we mat the ladies behind the music.

Cancer fighters Amelia Bailey, her sister Angie Goodwin, Natalie Jones, Aileen Bullivant and Sarah Stroud. Photo: Emily Norton

Cancer fighters Amelia Bailey, her sister Angie Goodwin, Natalie Jones, Aileen Bullivant and Sarah Stroud. Photo: Emily Norton