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The single ‘Prince Andrew is a Sweaty Nonce’ by satirical Punk Band, The Kunts climbs the charts on the Queen’s Jubilee weekend.

The Kunts

The Kunts are hoping to become number 1 with their anti-Jubilee song a punk take on the children’s rhyme, The Grand Old Duke of York.

This week’s battle for number one in the official music charts has become worth watch watching as The Kunts released a song about Prince Andrew. 

The number one on the Queen’s jubilee weekend might not be the anticipated song by Ed Sheerin. The Kunts have released their take on children’s rhyme, The Grand Old Duke of York, in which they share their thoughts on Prince Andrew paying a financial settlement to Virginia Giuffre, who brought a civil sexual assault case against him in the United States. 

The Duke of York has strongly denied all wrongdoing but stepped down from his royal duties when the case was ended in March this year. 

The Kunts, thought that Andrew shouldn’t miss out on his mother’s Jubilee celebrations and have released a song which is now just outside the top 10 in the UK’s Official Trending Chart, and in the top 10 on iTunes. 

The single is predicted to rise higher up the charts by the end of the week and the band are hoping it will surpass their number five hit, ‘Boris Johnson Is A Fucking Cunt’, back in 2020.

The Kunts Are:

  • Kunt – vocals
  • Carsehole – lead guitar
  • Skidmark – bass guitar
  • Fucksticks – drums

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