U.K. singer-songwriter Gary Go has released a new Twitter-inspired song entitled "The Heart Balloon" in aid of the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

The song is available from today (Aug. 21) until midnight Aug. 31 from the BHF website bhf.org.o.uk/garygo as a free download. Anyone who chooses to download the track has the option to donate to the U.K. heart charity. All donations will be entered into a prize draw for exclusive "Gary Go" prizes.

Initially inspired by a heart-shaped balloon, which the Polydor-signed artist saw entangled in a tree outside his home, the song was written in conjunction with his followers on social platform Twitter who were asked to tweet lyric ideas and suggestions to the singer.

Commenting on why he choose to donate all proceeds from the track to the BHF the artist, whose real name is Gary Baker, said in a statement: "I've had people close to me who have suffered from various heart conditions...The image of the heart balloon makes me think of them."

"The song is about how fragile the heart is and how we're all connected to one beating heart. Donating the song to the British Heart Foundation was just perfect," he went on to say.

Peter Hollins Chief Executive of the BHF said in a statement: "We are really grateful to Gary, both for the donations which will be coming to the BHF, and for raising the awareness of heart disease being the biggest cause of deaths in the UK, very many of which could be avoided."

Having recently supported Take That on their sell out U.K. tour, Gary Go plays the dual site V Festival this weekend (Aug. 18-19), held at Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire, England.