There’s a brand new song by Queen on iTunes this week, with vocals of their late frontman Freddie Mercury. The track is ‘Let Me In Your Heart Again’, a previously-unreleased song that’s been mixed by William Orbit for a new charity campaign – a partnership between Coca-Cola and AIDS charity RED. The campaign is called “Share the Sound of an AIDS Free Generation” and will run for a month. Queen’s track kicks it off on iTunes this week, followed by more exclusives from Aloe Blacc, Wyclef Jean featuring Avicii, and OneRepublic, released at a rate of one a week. Coca-Cola is also working with fundraising site Omaze on a series of “unique experiences” including the chance to go backstage with Bono and win his guitar – the Music Ally team is considering launching a crowdfunding campaign to buy this for our reports editor Eamonn Forde – as well as the chance to perch on the stage for a Queen concert, or experience “The Ultimate EDM Year of Your Life” courtesy of Avicii.

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