The school's drama club wrote the song just days after the shooting.
Only a few days after it was announced that Miley Cyrus would be one of many big names joining in the March For Our Lives pro-gun control demonstration this Saturday (Mar. 24), organized by survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., Cyrus continued to tweet support of the advocacy movement.
Cyrus, who has long been a vocal supporter of gun control, tweeted yesterday (March 20) a link to the song "Shine," which was written and performed by members of the Stoneman Douglas Drama Club. "Please support the powerful message of change, unity and healing from student survivors of the #StonemanDouglas shooting," the singer said. "Listen to their song #SHINE & be a part of the movement to help end gun violence!"