Over 50 of the biggest names in music have come together to record a cover of the Simon and Garfunkel classic, with the track debuting on Wednesday (21 June) at 8am.
All proceeds from the record will go to help those who were affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in west London last week, distributed via The London Community Foundation.
The track was recorded just half a mile from the site of the disaster at Sarm Studios, over a three day period from Saturday 17 June.
The video for the track will premiere on Wednesday evening on ITV just before ‘Coronation Street’ at 7.30pm.
Simon, who came up with the idea for the fundraising record, thanked the artists for coming together, as he urged people to support the song.
He wrote on Twitter:
‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ by Artists For Grenfell is available to download and stream now. To make further donations, go to the dedicated website at www.artistsforgrenfell.com.
See a full list of acts who have contributed to the Artists For Grenfell project below:
Brian May - Queen
Carl Barât - The Libertines
Gareth Malone & The Choir for Grenfell
Jon McClure - Reverend and the Makers
Kelly Jones - Stereophonics
London Community Gospel Choir
Pixie Lott Ray
The Who (Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend)