Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford has shared a brand new cover of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ to benefit the Grenfell Foundation and War Child UK – hear it beneath.
The singer performed the cover, which is now on all streaming providers, on Instagram Live whereas in self-isolation over coronavirus worries.
Explaining the concept behind releasing the brand new track on the Instagram Live stream, and revealing the charities that will benefit, Mumford stated: “It felt like we could get something out in the world that would benefit both of those organisations.”
Here’s a track for you, as a result of it appears like the proper time to get it out. All proceeds from this track will go to Grenfell Foundation and War Child UK.
— Mumford & Sons (@MumfordAndSons) March 20, 2020
Earlier this week, radio stations across Europe and including the BBC played ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ in tandem in a bid to present solidarity amid the persevering with coronavirus pandemic.
The 1963 track was performed at 7.45am GMT yesterday (March 20) on BBC Radio 1’s weekend breakfast present with Matt Edmondson and Mollie King, Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 present, and Lauren Laverne’s BBC 6 Music present.
Mumford is the newest artist to share new materials in gentle of the coronavirus outbreak, which is seeing thousands and thousands self-isolating of their properties.
Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard shared new song ‘Life In Quarantine’ as half of his ongoing ‘Live From Home’ collection this week, whereas Glass Animals frontman Dave Bayley yesterday took on a Nirvana cover from his house studio.
Many artists have headed online to host virtual gigs for fans whereas a lot of the world is in quarantine or self-isolation.