The acts have collaborated to raise money for the LGBT community in Orlando.
Scissor Sisters are back with their first new song in five years and teamed up with MNDR for thumping anthem ‘SWERLK’.
However, the track is just a one-off release to raise awareness of the Contigo Fund who offer financial support to organisations working to heal, educate and empower LGBT and Latino individuals, immigrants and people of colour following last year’s tragedy at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Sorry Scissor Sisters fans – this isn’t the start of a new album campaign.
‘SWERLK’ serves as the follow-up to Scissor Sisters’ 2012 album Magic Hour, which reached No.4 on the UK chart.
“The community that brought Scissor Sisters and MNDR to life experienced an incredible loss that we can’t allow being forgotten,” the band said in a statement.
“SWERLK’ is our way to honour the people and culture that allowed us to escape and be ourselves.”
A total of 49 people died, with 53 injured, in a targeted attack on the LGBT community at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub last year.
Monday will mark the first anniversary of the barbaric attack, which took place on the 12th June 2016.
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