Whether you are a fan of Liverpool, Everton or Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City, Arsenal or Tottenham Hotspur. Leeds United or Aston Villa, it doesn't matter - justice for those who lost their lives is something we can all support.
At roughly ten to four this Saturday afternoon, football stadiums across the United Kingdom will be ringing to the tune of the Hillsborough tribute single "He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother" from The Justice Collective. The song, that features Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Shane MacGowan and countless other notable names, will be played at half time at every football match this weekend - a demonstration of collective solidarity for the 96 Liverpool fans who tragically lost their lives during the 1989 tragedy.
The goal is to get the single to the Christmas No.1 slot. Alongside the song, football clubs will be asking their fans to text JUSTICE to 80010 to show their support for the campaign. All proceeds from the track will be donated to the families of the Hillsborough victims on going legal costs in their battle for a new inquest into the tragedy, and to have the original 1991 inquest’s verdict of accidental death overturned.
Download the audio track here
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