World famous composer Hans Zimmer who’s known for his beautiful, sweeping, scores for films such like The Dark Knight Rises, and Inception, has decided to give back to the community of Aurora after the midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises shooting left 12 dead and 58 people injured .
Zimmer, in order to aid the victims and utilize his creativity at the same time, has decided to compose a song that is exclusively dedicated to The Dark Knight Rises shooting victims. The song, which is titled Aurora has been written and composed by Hans Zimmer, and is open for fans of the composer and the film, The Dark Knight Rises, to donate. Even if a fan doesn’t have much money, the options of money donations are spread out to cater to every class of every community that feels the need to donate, from 10 cents to $2500.
The Aurora donation and exclusive song has been set up on Hans Zimmer’s Facebook page, with a message that reads the following:
Aurora’ is dedicated to those who lost their lives and were affected by the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. I recorded this song in London in the days following the tragedy as a heartfelt tribute to the victims and their families. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Aurora Victim Relief organization. The track is available on iTunes shortly and you can donate here: WaterTowerMusic.MoonToast.com.
This isn’t the first time Facebook has been implemented in the wake of the Aurora shooting. Last week, a man named Jared Adams campaigned for Christian Bale to visit the victims of the Aurora shooting, and within a few hours the page had 1,500 Facebook likes, and eventually led to Bale attending Colorado’s memorial and visiting the victims in their hospital beds as they recovered injuries sustained in the shooting.