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6 December 2012, 15:29 | Updated: 6 December 2012, 15:48
The likes of Lawson singer Andy Brown, Robbie Williams and Mel C all perform on the charity single.
The Justice Collective have unveiled the official video for their upcoming charity single 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother'.
The song was originally released by the Hollies and has been covered by a host of big music names who all appear in the new music video, alongside former Liverpool footballers Kenny Daglish and Alan Hansen, as the official Hillsborough charity single.
The Justice Collective will challenge for the Christmas number one later this month with their release of the song, which aims to raise money for the families of the 96 football fans who died in the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy.
Lawson frontman Andy Brown opens the video, which features the stars recording their cover in the studio, while famous faces including Robbie Williams, Melanie C, Paloma Faith, Rebecca Ferguson and Shane Macgowan all perform at various points in the song.
The Justice Collective will officially release their single 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' on 17th December.
Check out the official music video for The Justice Collective's cover of 'He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother' below: