Earlier this year, former R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe said that he had “18 song already ready” for a solo debut record. Turns out you’ll get to hear what one of them sounds like this weekend.

On Saturday, October 5, Stipe will release “Your Capricious Soul” to coincide with the International Rebellion climate justice protests happening on October 7. The song will be sold for 77 cents on Stipe’s website with proceeds going towards Extinction Rebellion to help aid their work of non-violent protest of government inaction to the climate emergency. The song will be available for free streaming.

In a statement, Stipe said, “I took a long break from music, and I wanted to jump back in. I love ‘Your Capricious Soul’ – it’s my first solo work. I want to add my voice to this exciting shift in consciousness. Extinction Rebellion gave me the incentive to push the release and not wait. Our relationship to the environment has been a lifelong concern, and I now feel hopeful—optimistic, even. I believe we can bring the kind of change needed to improve our beautiful planet earth, our standing and our place on it.”

A video directed by Sam Tyler-Johnson will accompany the release.

Stipe debuted the song earlier this year, watch the live footage below.