Thom Yorke, Mark Ronson, David Cameron team up for charity silence single - video

Remembrance Day single brings together celebrities for silent tribute

Thom Yorke, Mark Ronson, David Cameron team up for charity silence single - video
Radiohead's Thom Yorke is set to appear on a charity single alongside the likes of Mark Ronson, tennis player Andy Murray and Prime Minister David Cameron.

Rather than any music or vocals, the track features two minutes of silence and has been made to mark Britain's Remembrance Day. The annual November 11 ceremony commemorates the sacrifices made by members of the armed forces.

Watch a video extract of the track, named '2 Minute Silence', by scrolling down and clicking below. The stars mentioned feature in the full video standing in silence.

The single will be available for download on November 7. A Facebook campaign has been set up in an atempt to help get the song to Number One in the UK singles chart.


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