Two boys wearing Wales rugby shirts playing

Join in the singing!

Support Wales in the Rugby World Cup in Japan

With a 2019 Grand Slam win and some good and challenging friendly games in the warm up matches (and our brief #1 in the world rankings) the nation is gearing up to sing the team through the campaign and beyond.

Both Land of Song and the Land of the Rising Scrum will break out in harmony for our national anthem Hen Wlad fy Nhadauand our rugby anthem Calon Lân. Listen out for the singing in Tokyo, Kitakyushu and Oita.

From Casgwent to Kitakyushu, let’s energise Calon Lân and the Wales team. Do help yourselves to our karaoke video to record yourself singing – free of charge.

Mei Gwynedd’s classic electric guitar karaoke track is the perfect accompanyment for you – at home, in schools, clubs, choir or band practice. Just make sure everyone in your video or soundtrack has given their consent to be filmed or recorded, and for us to use your film or recording in broadcasts and on social media as part of the #calonlan campaign.

Once you’ve done it – share this website with others so they can join the virtual #calonlan world choir. We want to create a Welsh soundtrack that will grow and grow.


  1. Listen, learn and practice a few times to warm up you voice.

  2. Record yourself using the karaoke backing track on a device and file format of your choice. We suggest you have your earphones in so we can just hear your voice in the video but this is not compulsory.

  3. Fill in the form and submit your video on the link below.

  4. Tell your friends and share the website on social media using #calonlan
Watch & practice # calonlan film & karaoke (ft Mei Gwynedd & Cardiff Blues Choir)
# calonlan karaoke track no choir
# calonlan karaoke track with choir

With thanks to Mei Gwynedd, Glenda Jones, Griff Lynch, Côr y Gleision, National Dance Company of Wales (choreographer Fergus Ó Conchúir), Jac a Cai Williams, Welsh Rugby Union, Glynneath RFC, Nant Conwy RFC, Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Zac Mather, Donal Whelan, Dafydd Hughes, Dai Williams, Lens 360, and all the people who contributed.


This link will take you to Dropbox, where you can upload your video and/or sound recording directly into a folder using a file request form. You don’t need a Dropbox account to do this. For further information about this process, visit here

Dropbox Support is available in English to all users.

Depending on your account type and location, support may be available to you in French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish. Log in and visit to see your available options.

If you don’t see your language listed as an option when you visit, send an email or chat in your language, and you’ll be routed to the appropriate team.

Download press release here
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