Bono has recruited some of music's biggest stars for the upcoming 'Agit8' album, a new record made up of protest songs for the U2 frontman's charity 'The One Campaign.'
Artists including Mumford & Sons, Ed Sheeran and will.i.am are just some of the names who have recorded protest songs for the LP aiming to grab the attention of world leaders to concentrate on extreme poverty ahead of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland next week.
Mumford & Sons, wIll.i.am, Ed Sheeran and more unite for protest album ahead of next week's G8 summit (Mats Andersson/WENN)
Folk heroes Mumford & Sons have teamed up with the legendary Elvis Costello to record a rendition of Bruce Springsteen's 'The Ghost Of Tom Joad' while British singer songwriter Ed Sheeran has put his spin on Bob Dylan's classic 'Masters Of War'.
Will.i.am and outspoken punk star's Green Day have recorded their own tracks for the album while videos have been made of the songs hoping to inspire younger generations to follow suit fighting the war against the greatest human injustices.
A Spotify playlist has been created for the public to stream the tracks for free.