Craig David is encouraging fans to take the train instead of travel by car.
Craig David has released 'Better Days (I came by train)' in a bid to encourage people to make more sustainable choices.
The Garage King has turned eco-activist to highlight how swapping a car journey for the train will produce a whopping 70 per cent less CO2.
The lyrics include a line about how "the little things we know can make a beautiful change."
An animated music video was also shared to raise awareness of the climate emergency the planet is facing.
Speaking of the new song, he said: "Writing this was a real passion project for me as I want to help raise awareness of the impact our choices can have on the environment. Even swapping just one journey from car or plane to train can make a significant difference - it's a no-brainer if you want to do your bit to help towards a better future! Even the smallest things can make a beautiful change."
Meanwhile, Craig recently claimed he has "super psychic" abilities.
The 41-year-old star explained how he was initially very much "in the closet" about his alleged powers but now feels "liberated" enough to reveal that he can see into the future.
He said: "I’m super empathic, super sensitive and super psychic, which I feel very liberated to say now. I was a bit in the closet about being psychic. But I’m very clairvoyant and I can see things in the future."
The '7 Days' hitmaker also went on to claim that he is clairaudient, which means that he can communicate with people, and he has spoken to his ancestors.
Speaking on the 'Happy Place' podcast, he told host Fearne Cotton: "I’m clairaudient. My ears ring off like crazy and I know there’s a guide or some ancestor trying to come through – and tuning in."
Fans can listen to 'Better Days (I came by train)' on all major streaming platforms, and check out the music video on Craig David's official YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4yGq6evs4I Find out more at Icamebytrain.com where you are invited to pledge to swap one journey to rail.
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