A BOLTON Band is donating all of the profits from their latest album to The Brain Tumour Charity.
Jordan Allen made the decision following the death of Keith Allen, the father of their lead singer Jordan.
Mr Allen passed away on 17 October 2016 at the age of 56, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
The four-piece’s new album is called Livin’ La Vida Bolton, and is available to buy on iTunes and to listen to on Soundcloud.
The visuals were designed by Bolton based graphic designer and musician Connor Peploe.
A video has been made by Killian Farrell and Armin Druzanovic to accompany the album’s lead single, ‘110 Ways to Make Things Better’, which serves as a tribute to Jordan’s father.
Jordan Allen are currently on their first national tour, alongside the Sherlock’s, which started on 10 February at Manchester’s Albert Hall.
The Brain Tumour Society is the UK’s largest dedicated brain tumour charity, and works to: fund research, raise awareness and support anyone affected by brain tumours.
According to The Brain Tumour Society, 29 people in the UK are diagnosed with a primary brain tumour every day.