James Neale, senior solicitor at Birmingham-based law firm, DWF and a member of the 4-piece band ‘The Neales’ from Britain’s Got Talent 2015, has got the support from Tesco in their quest to get brand new, self-penned single ‘I’ll Be There’ to number one for Father’s Day 2016.
The new single will be available to buy on checkouts in over 750 Tesco stores around the country from Friday 10th June for £1, with all proceeds going to Tesco’s National Charity Partnership with Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation. The CD comes in a specially designed, personalisable sleeve that allows people to show their own dad the love and appreciation he deserves, while also supporting a vitally important cause.
The Neales consists of James, his two brothers and dad who managed to sing their way to the final of Britain’s Got Talent last year, making television history by moving Simon Cowell to tears live on television with their performance. Dad Laurie Neale’s dream of singing with his sons came about as one of many little changes he had to make to his life following a heart attack ten years ago.
Michelle McEttrick, Group Brand Director for Tesco said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be getting behind The Neales in their bid to get to number one for Father’s Day. It’s another incredible example of the lengths our colleagues up and down the country will go to in support of local causes and the National Charity Partnership.”
James Neale, comments: “I’ll Be There” is an original song that we wrote together as a family and it’s a promise to a loved one to always be there, no matter what. That’s a very fitting sentiment for us as a family singing together, and one we hope the nation share with us this Father’s Day.”
The Tesco Charity Partnership with Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation aims to tackle and help prevent heart disease and diabetes. It exists thanks to efforts like this from three hundred thousand UK Tesco colleagues, every day of the year, supporting the British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK.
The single is also available for digital pre-order and download right now:http://radi.al/IllBeThere
For further information see tescocharitypartnership.org.uk