Glastonbury has announced that it will be releasing a new refugee benefit compilation in honor of the British MP Jo Cox, who was murdered last week. The project, titled Oxfam Presents: Stand As One - Glastonbury Live 2016 will be released digitally on July 11 and physically on August 12 in collaboration with Oxfam and will feature a song each from this weekend's Glastonbury sets by Chvrches, Sigur Rós, Foals, Coldplay, the Last Shadow Puppets, Muse, Years & Years, Fatboy Slim, and more. Read Glastonbury's statement below.

IT’S THE FIRST LIVE GLASTONBURY ALBUM OF ITS KIND. A HOST OF WORLD-FAMOUS MUSICIANS AND THE WORLD’S BEST-LOVED FESTIVAL STAND AS ONE WITH PEOPLE FORCED TO FLEE CONFLICT, DISASTER AND POVERTY. THE ALBUM IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF JO COX, MP, A FORMER OXFAM ACTIVIST, WHO CAMPAIGNED TIRELESSLY FOR REFUGEES. ...

THE ALBUM IS PART OF OXFAM’S NEW CAMPAIGN, TO PUT PRESSURE ON WORLD LEADERS TO WELCOME MORE REFUGEES, TO PREVENT FAMILIES FROM BEING SEPARATED AND TO KEEP PEOPLE FLEEING THEIR HOMES SAFE FROM HARM. ALL PARLOPHONE'S PROFITS FROM THE ALBUM WILL GO TO OXFAM’S REFUGEE CRISIS APPEAL, PROVIDING LIFE-SAVING ESSENTIALS LIKE FOOD, WATER AND SANITATION.