Andy Murray will join Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke on a charity single to commemorate Remembrance Day, the U.K. holiday that honors fallen soldiers. The two-minute track will be completely silent, presumably because Yorke has heard Murray rap before.
Murray will join British Prime Minister David Cameron, actor Bob Hoskins, producer Mark Ronson and Bryan Ferry on the track, whose proceeds will benefit soldiers and families of ex-soldiers.
"Rather than record a song, we felt the UK public would recognize the poignancy of silence and its clear association with remembrance," Royal British Legion Director General Chris Simpkins said.
- Bob Hoskins