Roger Waters' contribution is in support of the 'Live For Gaza' Delia Arts Foundation Event today at 2:00 PM EST.
The song, will feature "a specially written new verse," and "is part of the Encore Series recorded with his band during the continuing lockdown."
From Roger Waters:
"I’m so happy to be a part of this evening of music and love and action. Grab a ticket and tune in this Saturday to see the world premiere of the band and I playing The Bravery of Being Out of Range (including a new verse!)."
The event, which also includes Mohammed Assaf, Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave), Roger and Brian Eno, Adnan Joubran (Le Trio Joubran), Rola Azar, Lina Sleibi, Wafaa Alnjeili, Badeel Band, and Osprey V will direct its proceeds to "the Delia Arts Center in Gaza and the talented musicians and community" it serves.
Waters, who has been active on a number of related issues, added:
"I’m going to take this opportunity to reach out to ask EPL players to join me in an international campaign to persuade FIFA and UEFA to ban Israel's national soccer team and Israeli football clubs from international competition until Israel stops its racist apartheid policies. You take a knee every Saturday? Well? You have a big voice, please join the choir in favor of human rights. The FIFA UEFA BAN ISRAELI TEAMS Campaign starts now!"
You can learn more about the Delia Arts Foundation at their Facebook and Instagram pages and you can find more information about the event as well as a link to purchase tickets here. You can also visit rogerwaters.com for additional details.