They scored a major hit earlier this year with their cover of The Cranberries' 'Dreams', and now Irish Women in Harmony are back with a Christmas single.

The supergroup, comprised of a multitude of Irish female singers and musicians, put a call-out a few months back looking for under 12-girls to be part of their 'tween choir'.

The result is 'Together at Christmas', a new festive song written by RuthAnne, the brainchild of Irish Women in Harmony. All funds raised from text and online donations will go towards the ISPCC Childline for their #nevergiveuponachildever campaign.

We got a sneak peek of the song and the video - which features everyone from Una Healy, Erica Cody, Lyra, Eve Belle , Moya Brennan, Wyvern Lingo and many more - and it's really very good. As with 'Dreams', all the artists involved recorded their parts remotely and sent them to RuthAnne to assemble.

It's released this Thursday, November 19th , but you can pre-order it here and donate to the ISPCC by texting CHILDHOOD to 50300.