Wilson, a co-founder of Factory Records and the man behind famed U.K. dance club The Hacienda, was best known for promoting bands from his native Manchester, England, including New Order and Happy Mondays.

He passed away in 2007 at the age of 57, and some of his biggest admirers, including U.S. punk legend Pop and Happy Mondays frontman Ryder, have taken part in a fundraising project to mark the eighth anniversary of the tragedy.

The famous faces are all featured on a promo film to accompany the release of St Anthony: An Ode To Anthony Wilson, which is due for release this week (ends14Aug15).

The track is a poem set to music, and the stars - also including actor/comedian Steve Coogan, New Order members Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris, singer Rowetta, and musician Vini Reilly - are shown in the clip each reciting a line.

All profits will go to the Christie Hospital in Manchester, a leading cancer treatment unit where Wilson was a patient during his illness.