A CHARITY single featuring Bradford City fans is set to be released to raise money for the city's burns unit.

Local band Never 2 Late, whose members include City's team surgeon Steve Bollen, have recorded a version of Everywhere We Go, a chant that has become popular with the Valley Parade faithful during the club's run to the FA Cup quarter-finals.

It features City fans belting out the tune, players singing chorus and verses, and radio commentary on cup successes against Chelsea, Arsenal and Aston Villa from former Bantams star Wayne Jacobs.

The fans' chanting was recorded before the Bantams' game against Fleetwood Town last month.

Mr Bollen said: "If you are a Bradford City fan it will make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck."

The track will be available for pre-order from Wednesday and is set to be released on iTunes and Amazon, among others, on Tuesday, April 28.

Mr Bollen said it would be played to the Valley Parade crowd before the players come out for their League One clash with Barnsley on Saturday.

Mr Bollen said the teamed hoped to raise thousands for Bradford Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit - the world renowned research facility set up at University of Bradford following the May 1985 Bradford fire disaster - with the 99p single.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the disaster and a £300,000 fundraising target has been set.

"If we get a couple of thousand pre-orders, Bradford City will be in the charts," Mr Bollen said.

On the chant and the recording of it, Mr Bollen said: "The fans were in fine voice. It all started because the fans have been in good voice all season, particularly singing this Everywhere We Go song.

"In addition to being club surgeon, I play in a band. I was chatting to City chairman Mark Lawn about the fire disaster anniversary, saying why don't we produce a charity single based on the chant and to raise money for the burns unit as part of the 30th anniversary.

"So we got it off the ground.

"We put out heads together and come up with a rough idea of what we wanted to do with it.

"Peak Studios in Little Germany offered their services for nothing to record it all and they recorded the crowd singing."