A new British boyband have released a new single to aid gay rights charity Stonewall.
Promoting anti-bullying and anti-discrimination, Class A’s new single will be called ‘Pride’.
The band, made up of James Poole, Robin Varley, Jake Birnie, Seb Kinder, Craig Plant and Sean Ryan, hopes it will bring together asense of unity among the LGBT community.
All profits from the song will be going to Stonewall.
Lyrically, the song tells a story about overcoming prejudice, accepting yourself, and finding those who love you for who you are.
The single comes after Class A performed at the UK’s National Student Pride. They have been hailed as a whole new generation of pop group.
Music industry experts have said Class A will ‘lead the next generation of male groups in the pop music genre.’
Class A are also ambassadors of charities Terrence Higgins Trust, NOH8 and Mencap. They are currently working on their first album.
Pride is currently available on iTunes and Amazon. The single has been released through Universal Music, the label of openly gay rapper Frank Ocean.
Here is the band performing live at Student Pride 2013.