Fans of the late DJ want to get the trance anthem to number one.

A campaign has been launched to get Robert Miles’ 1995 hit ‘Children’ back in the charts again.

The trance legend – whose death from cancer was announced earlier this month – earned a Brit award for the song in 1997. During the year of its release, ‘Children’ went to number one in 12 countries across the world.

Stream, play or download the track as much as you can to see it chart. According to Ministry of Sound, proceeds will go towards helping support Miles’ wife and kids. [via Mixmag]



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