Coldplay, Rolling Stones, Atoms For Peace donate signed memorabilia to charity Streets Of London

Bidding ends today (Sunday) for online auction featuring signed Noel Gallagher and The Killers items

The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, The Killers and Atoms For Peace are among the artists to have donated memorabilia for an online auction in aid of homeless charity Streets Of London.

Items include a signed presentation disc of Coldplay’s X&Y album; Streets Of London T-shirts signed by The Rolling Stones, The Killers, Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, The xx, Band Of Horses, Atoms For Peace, Bastille and Biffy Clyro; signed T-shirts of Florence And The Machine and Alt-J; a signed canvas of Primal Scream’s ‘Screamadelica’ artwork; and a signed 7-inch single of The National’s single ‘Think You Can Wait’. As of 3pm, prices ranged for £12 for signed Florence And The Machine and Bastille items to £520 for Coldplay’s disc.

Bidding, which is via eBay ends at 9pm today (March 30). The Vaccines singer Justin Young said: “After the bad weather of the last few months, more than ever it’s easy for me to appreciate just how tough and awful living on the streets without structure and support is. I think whatever people can do to contribute to making the lives of those people easier goes an incredibly long way.”

The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood said: “We’re delighted to support Streets of London and their wonderful work helping London’s homeless.”