Following huge success with their cover of Dreams by The Cranberries, supergroup Irish Women in Harmony are set to release a new original Christmas song to raise funds for the ISPCC.
Together at Christmas is released this Thursday with all funds raised through text and online donations will go to @ISPCCChildline.
Delighted to announce our new original Christmas single 'Together at Christmas' is out this Thurs Nov 19th supporting @ISPCCChildline to donate 4 euro txt CHILDHOOD to 50300 #nevergiveuponachildever #iwihXmas can’t wait for you all to hear it ???????? pic.twitter.com/waHmkQqSkd— Irish Women in Harmony ???? (@irewomeninharm) November 16, 2020
The supergroup was put together by songwriter and singer RuthAnne earlier this year and is made up of Irish female singers and musicians including Una Healy, Erica Cody, Lyra, Eve Belle, Moya Brennan, Fia Moon, and Wyvern Lingo.
They issued a call-out a few months ago for under 12-girls to be part of a 'tween choir' for Together at Christmas, and all the artists involved recorded their parts remotely and sent them to RuthAnne to assemble.
You can pre-order it here and donate to the ISPCC by texting CHILDHOOD to 50300.