The Football Association revealed 'Altogether Now' has been remixed by garage DJ/producer and Radio 1 presenter DJ Spoony and will feature additional vocals by the St Francis Xavier Boys’ Choir, Liverpool.
In a statement, The Farm's singer/songwriter Peter Hooton said: "It’s a fantastic honour to have our song chosen to be the official England anthem."
'Altogether Now 2004' will be (re-)released on May 31st. Needless to say it isn't very good. It'll probably get trounced in the charts by the XFM-backed 'Born In England', written by listeners J & D Wheatley and to be recorded by various members of The Libertines and Supergrass. Find out how you can get involved here.
DiScuss: Have you heard 'Altogether Now 2004' or 'Born In England'? Which is better? What chance do En-ger-land have of winning Euro 2004? Should Alan Shearer come out of retirement and lead 'our boys' to glory?