A cat from Stevenage, Hertfordshire, has launched her debut charity single “Meow” and is aiming for the sought-after “Christmas No. 1” spot, as per BBC. Nala is healthier often known as “Nala the Station Cat” on social media. As such, she has already turn into a native sensation at Stevenage railway station for her pleasant interplay with passing commuters. Nevertheless, the 4-year-old ginger tabby is now gaining nationwide recognition after Scott Mills’ BBC Radio 2 present featured her new music in November.
‘Meow’ — A charitable single for a pawsitive trigger
The one “Meow” is the collaborative work of musicians Danny Kirsch and Joe Killington. Nala additionally receives credit score because the vocalist and songwriter for the observe.
The proceeds from this music will go to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and Feed Up Heat Up — a Stevenage-based homelessness charity.
BBC Three Counties Radio was the primary to play this observe on Sunday, Nov. 12, previous to its official launch on Nov. 15. Moreover, a music video for the music — filmed at Stevenage railway station — shall be launched earlier than Christmas.
The observe has garnered reward from critics, together with Radio 2 DJ Scott Mills, who on his afternoon present described it as “fairly good.” Each Nala and her proprietor — Natasha Ambler — have hopes that it might compete with charity musicians LadBaby’s five-year run for the highest spot within the Christmas chart.
Justin Dealey — a DJ for BBC Three Counties Radio — mentioned, “I’m barely misplaced for phrases.” Ambler responded, “So am I to be honest.”
The musical cat is presently with no supervisor. In keeping with her proprietor, “We’re all doing our emails ourselves; it’s fairly new to us.” She added, “We’ll begin small and hopefully she will get within the charts, however primary can be incredible.”
Nala the Station Cat was not obtainable for remark.
Her new single is presently streaming on-line.