FIFTY years after The Beatles first played in St Helens, The Lancashire Hotpots have released their Fab Four-inspired new album - A Hard Day’s Pint.
Described as a “laugh out loud” musical round-up oo every facet of a boozy night out, it features 15 new tracks - covering everything from the thirsty anticipation to the messy end of night kebab!
And the sing-a-long, drink-a-long album is not their only release of the summer either - as the boys are launching their very own bottled beer!
The award-winning Lancaster Brewery has teamed up with the five band members to brew A Hard Day’s Pint limited edition beer to commemorate the release.
It follows the band’s link-up with Fiddlers Lancashire Crisps last year, which lead singer Bernard described as “a dream come true”.
The much-loved parody band’s previous albums have hit number one in the iTunes charts and number two in the BBC6 Music chart.
The Hotpots have also appeared twice at Glastonbury in the last three years, plus a summer festival appearance looms at this year’s Kendal Calling Festival - where they will share the stage with Dizzee Rascal and Maximo Park.
Their biggest ever UK tour also takes place this winter with visits to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York and Preston.