Lawson And Robbie Williams Star In Hillsborough Charity Single Official Video

6 December 2012, 15:39

The band's frontman Andy Brown kicks off the cover of The Hollies classic 'He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother'.

Lawson singer Andy Brown can be seen starring alongside the likes of Robbie Williams and Sir Paul McCartney in the official video for the Hillsborough Charity Single 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'.

The 'When She Was Mine' singer opens the track, delivering the first line before Gerry Marsden takes over.

The video also sees such stars as Spice Girls singer Mel C, Shane MacGown and Paloma Faith in the studio settings.

Funds raise from the sale of the single will be used to provide benefit for families who were affected by the Hillsborough disaster back in 1989.

96 football fans lost their lives during an FA Cup tie between Sheffield Wednesday and Liverpool, and such legendary footballers as Alan Hansen and Kenny Dalglish also star in the promo.

Watch the official video for The Justice Collective's charity single 'He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother' below:

Meanwhile, Lawson have also recently finished filming for their new music video to accompany new single 'Learn To Love Again'.

The group have also announced dates for a new US 2013 tour, which will kick off at the end of January.

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