Paul Weller, Beth Ditto and The Enemy supergroup to debut

Crisis charity song gets its first airing in London tonight (February 7)

The working version of supergroup charity track ‘Consequences’ will be debuted at a pub in London tonight (February 7).

Kicking off 8pm at Lock Tavern, Camden, fans can pitch-up to hear a sneak preview of the charity song for free.

There will also be live music and the chance to win tickets to ‘Consequences Live’ – an all dayer taking place at the Roundhouse March 2

As previously reported on NME.COM artists including Paul Weller, Beth Ditto, The Enemy, Supergrass have already added their musical wares to the record.

Carl Barat, Pearl Lowe and New Young Pony Club’s Tahita Bulmer are yet to record their vocals.

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