Hillsborough charity single to 'raise awareness'

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The backers of a charity single raising money for the families of those affected by the Hillsborough disaster have spoken about their hopes for the project.

Producer Guy Chambers and musician Peter Hooton, from The Farm, said their main aim was to "raise awareness" and to keep Hillsborough in people's minds.

Hooton, who was at the stadium on the day of the disaster, spoke to BBC Breakfast about his memories of the day and about the choice of He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother for the single.

Music clips courtesy The Justice Collective

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