Queen is supporting a new AIDS awareness campaign from Coca-Cola and RED with a new single. "Let Me In Your Heart Again" features vocals from Freddie Mercury, and was remixed by producer William Orbit.
The track was originally recorded for Queen's 1984 album The Works, but was left unfinished. Orbit's synth-heavy update is available on iTunes now, while Queen guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor recently completed a shorter version that will be included on the band's upcoming compilation, Queen Forever. The album is due out November 11th.
"Let Me In Your Heart Again" is part of the month-long "Share the Sound of an AIDS-Free Generation" campaign, which benefits the Global Fund. New songs from artists like OneRepublic, Aloe Blacc, Avicii, and Wyclef Jean will be released every week until World AIDS Day on December 1st.