In the wake of last month鈥檚 devastating school shooting in Parkland, Florida, the surviving students have emerged as gun control advocates as the nation has rallied behind them with classroom walkouts and the upcoming March for Our Lives rally. Broadway heavyweights Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt have thrown their support behind the movement too, dedicating their new collaboration to the young activists and donating its proceeds to March for Our Lives.

The song, 鈥淔ound Tonight,鈥 is a newly performed mashup of songs from both of the stars鈥 hit musicals, Hamilton鈥檚 鈥淭he Story of Tonight鈥 and Dear Evan Hansen鈥榮 鈥淵ou Will Be Found,鈥 and serves as March鈥檚 Hamildrop release.

鈥淚n the wake of Parkland, I was awestruck by the strength and leadership of the students and their ability to speak truth to power,鈥 Miranda said in a press release for the song, according to People. 鈥淚n the midst of their grief, they mobilized the youth of our nation and created a movement. This is their moment. Not just for themselves, but for all of us. This song is my way of helping to raise funds and awareness for their efforts, and to say thank you, and that we are with you, so let鈥檚 keep fighting, together.鈥

The lyrics are especially poignant given the timing of the release. 鈥淓ven when the dark comes crashing through/When you need a friend to carry you/When you鈥檙e broken on the ground/You will be found,鈥 Miranda and Platt sing, trading lyrics from the others鈥 song. It has already resonated with those affected by the tragedy in Parkland; Emma Gonzalez, a teen survivor who has emerged as a leader in the fight for gun control following the shooting, tweeted that she couldn鈥檛 stop crying when she heard the song.

Proceeds from the song will be donated to the March for Our Lives organization and rally demanding gun control reform, which is set to take place in Washington DC on Saturday, March 24. Download 鈥淔ound Tonight鈥 from any of your favorite streaming services, or, if you wish to donate directly to March for Our Lives, you can do so through their website.

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