A YOUNG Keighley brother and sister’s charity Christmas single has gone viral with almost 300,000 views online.

Sam and Roseanne Clegg wrote, recorded and produced the track Christmas Has Changed in Sam’s home studio.

They created an accompanying video featuring two decades of footage shot on a VHS camera of Christmases as they grew up.

As well as becoming a hit on Sam’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, the song has attracted requests from radio stations to play it.

Former Parkside School students Sam and Roseanne, aged 21 and 17, are asking viewers which charity should benefit from proceeds.

Sam said: “We created the music video to showcase how Christmas changes from birth to adulthood and how the magic slowly disappears.

“At the bottom left of the music video you can see the years change from 1998 to 2018 and see how we changed over the years. All of the footage is real VHS from our childhood.

“We have been contacted by radio stations for them to play our song. This is really exciting for my sister and I as we are young musicians who have been writing songs for eight years. We would love to represent our home town with some positive news and also raise money for a good cause.”

To celebrate reaching 1,000 subscribers for their YouTube channel, Sam and Roseanne recorded a live audio and video version of Christmas Has Changed..

Sam began making music as a child, uploading his first video when he was 12, and by the time he was 19 his YouTube channel had attracted 600 supporters.

Two years ago, the video for his song Three Wishes, recorded in a Savannah-type desert location with drone footage of him singing, attracted more than 2,000 views.

Sam now helps his father as a carpet fitter but spends much of his spare time creating videos for his own songs.

His mother Janet said: “He’s picking up a bit of work videographiing for a couple of people in South Yorkshire, but mostly he’s trying to make it on YouTube.”

Roseanne is an animal care student in Saltaire.

People can watch the video for Christmas Has Changed by typing Sam Clegg into the YouTube search box. The song can be bought through iTunes and streamed on Spotify.