Artists For Grenfell, a collective of over 50 acts from across the British music industry, have come together to re-record and release Bridge Over Troubled Water, with all proceeds going to support the victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Recorded at Sarm Studios, just around the corner from the site of the blaze, the track includes vocals from the likes of Emeli Sandé, Gregory Porter, John Newman, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Carl Barat and Bastille amongst many others.
You can find out who else features on the track HERE
The Choir for Grenfell, a recently re-named community choir now including many members directly affected by the tragedy, also lend their vocals, led by choir master Gareth Malone.
"Seeing how emotional the local residents became while singing was really moving," he told The Sun.
The Simon and Garfunkel cover received its radio premiere on Grimmy’s R1 show, just minutes after its release across all digital platforms.
All money raised by the single will go to The London Community Foundation. You can donate or buy the single from the Artists For Grenfell website.