Listen to a sneak preview of the new Christmas single by Hartlepool music duo LIV'n'G
Hartlepool music duo LIV'n'G are continuing to eye more chart success as they get set to release their latest Christmas song.
Olivia Crawford, 16, and her sister Georgia Fletcher, 23, have once again put their musical talents to good use as they prepare to release a brand new track called 'One by One' with aims to raise cash to ensure that children wake up to a gift on Christmas morning.
Back in July this year the talented pair reached No 4 in the Official UK charts in July with ‘Smile for Bradley’ and are on track to make over Â£15,000 for the charity.
And now they are setting their sights Christmas chart success with their new single ‘One by One' - an upbeat track which aims to spread the message that we should be helping children less fortunate than ourselves this Christmas.
The festive track will also feature the voices of more than 150 primary school children from Hartlepool who joined the girls in singing the chorus.
Ahead of its release on released on Friday, December 15, the sisters appealed for people to pre-order it on from Friday, December 8, so they can help children in need this Christmas.
Olivia said: ”We were in awe of the schools and the children with they way they picked the song up - they were all so lovely.
Georgia added: ”We spent at least a day with each school, and hearing the children sing the chorus really really took your breath away."
The last 12 months have been a whirlwind for two sisters, having chart success, supporting BBC The Voice Winner Kevin Simm, X Factor favourites Union J, Sam Lavery, Joey Devries and Rebecca Ferguson.
Their video for 'Smile' had one million views and over two million shares on Facebook, with the likes of MTV, BT and other music channels showing the video.
Vodafone recently announced 'LIV'n'G as an act to watch for in 2018, naming them in the same list as Dua Lipa, Julia Michaels and Maggie Lindemann.
‘One by One’ can be pre-ordered from Friday, December 8 and is official released on Friday, December 15, in time for the Christmas chart.