ABC/Fred LeeSia‘s latest video — for the brand-new ballad “Free Me” — features some star power, namely Oscar winner Julianne Moore and Guardians of the Galaxy actress Zoe Saldana. The song and video come in support of the #endHIV campaign of the Abzyme Research Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to an AIDS vaccine.
The video, narrated by Moore, feature Saldana as a pregnant woman who discovers she is HIV positive, and, it being a Sia video, interprets Saldana’s character’s emotions through dance, including a performance by the actress herself.
The song will be available digitally on Friday with all proceeds going to support vaccine trials, according to a statement on Sia’s Twitter feed.
“The HIV/AIDS epidemic is one that can affect anyone, particularly child-bearing women around the globe,” says Sia in a statement. “I’ve proudly joined forces with the Abzyme Research Foundation and the #endHIV Campaign for the release of my song, ‘Free Me,’ to help raise funds and awareness for a potential breakthrough cure of the epidemic.”
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