04:30AM, Sunday 01 June 2014
A World Cup song written by a Windsor songwriter is looking to get behind the England team ahead of the tournament in Brazil.
Harleen Bahra, 27, of Maidenhead Road, also sang vocals for the track called 'England's Year' which was released under the moniker of Muddy Boots, comprising producer Joe McGairl and animator Nick Murray-Willis.
As of Friday, the video for the song had been viewed more than 14,000 times on video sharing website YouTube.
Former Slough Grammar School pupil Harleen said: "We wanted to get together and create England's unofficial anthem for the World Cup.
"The main thing for us was to write a fun and light hearted song with a catchy chorus and a funny video to get behind the boys in Brazil.
The video can be viewed below.
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