A day before England kick off their campaign for World Cup glory in Brazil, York already has two World Cup winners.
Class music act Disco Mister – aka Huntington School teacher duo Ian Wilson and Robin Parmiter – only released their England anthem Bring It Home as a single on Monday.
But by Friday (June 13) it had made it to number five in the Amazon.co.uk chart of the most downloaded England tracks of the year.
|1||Noble England||Rik Mayall||World Cup 2010|
|2||All Together Now||The Farm||Euro 2004|
|3||Three Lions||The Lightning Seeds/ Baddiel & Skinner||Euro 1996|
|4||Vindaloo||Fat Les||World Cup 1998|
|5||Bring It Home||Disco Mister||World Cup 2014|
|6||Three Lions 98||The Lightning Seeds/ Baddiel & Skinner||World Cup 1998|
|7||World In Motion||New Order||World Cup 1990|
|8||Back Home||England World Cup Squad||World Cup 1970|
|9||Shout 2012||Shout ft James Corden and Dizzee Rascal||Euro 2012|
|10||Jerusalem||Fat Les||Euro 2000|
At number one is Noble England, the 2010 World Cup song by comedian Rik Mayall, who died on June 9 aged 56.
This is followed by other hits from previous tournaments: All Together Now by the Farm (Euro 2004), Three Lions by Baddiel, Skinner and the Lightning Seeds (Euro 1996) and Vindaloo by Fat Les (World Cup 1998).
Bring It Home is the only song penned for World Cup 2014 to feature in the top ten.
“It is a massive achievement For Disco Mister to be up there with well established artists whosea songs have all been out for a number of years and are already well known,” said Wes Wes Metcalfe, operations director of Band Crusade, the label which released Bring It Home.
“With the support of the public we hope Bring it home can break into the official uk top 40 this Sunday.”
It only costs 79p to download.