A diverse group of famed rockers is hoping their music can help deliver urgent humanitarian aid to Palestinians in Gaza.
"2 Unite All" is the first-ever benefit album from U.S. and international music icons. It's produced by Project Peace On Earth and features 26 rock luminaries, including Peter Gabriel, System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian, and Stewart Copeland, the drummer of The Police. Copeland says the project isn't about establishing blame, it's about aid.
"It's aid without commentary. It's not a shout-out. It's not a shout. It's aid. It's people who are desperate, they need help, and let's get some help going to them and separate the aid from the argument about who's to blame," Copeland said.
The album's producers say the proceeds will go to surgical and counseling teams who work with survivors, as well as medical supplies.