Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters shared a new teaser video on his official Instagram page today and announced that he will be a part of ‘Live For Gaza’ which is a benefit live stream for musicians in Palestine.

According to the teaser video, Pink Floyd legend will join other musicians like Mohammed Assaf, Adnan Joubran, Brian Eno & Roger Eno, Jina Leibi alongside Rage Against The Machine star Tom Morello to raise money. Roger also stated that he will sing the new version of ‘The Bravery of Being Out of Range’ from his solo album from 1992, Amused To Death.

In the caption of the video, Roger also called England Premier League players to join him in an international campaign to ban Israel’s national football team and national clubs from all organizations of UEFA and FIFA.

Here is what Pink Floyd legend wrote:

“I’m so happy to be a part of this evening of music and love and action. Grab a ticket at liveforgaza.eventbrite.com 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!)”

He continued:

“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!

Love R.”

You can watch the teaser right below.