The band debuted the collaboration during last night’s ‘Live In The Internet’ live-stream.
This is the Tennessee festival’s third postponement this year.
Artists including The 1975, Disclosure, Glass Animals and Sam Fender are also in contention.
The event will include a full band performance plus special guests, in support of ‘Dreamland.’
The service will feature new artist interviews, performances and livestreams, as well as special releases from the GRAMMY Museum archive.
The band are inviting their fans to "take a look behind the scenes of 'Dreamland.' Now in technicolour and with added never before seen footage.”
The band have also recently shared some brand-new European and U.K. tour dates for 2021 in support of the record.
The evocative track comes ahead of the group’s forthcoming album, ‘Dreamland,’ out August 7.
The new track also features on the band's new album, 'Dreamland', set for release on August 7.
The band have postponed the release to 7 August to help keep focus on the Black Lives Matter movement.
A virtual event will be held in its place this year, while next year’s festivities are confirmed for 17-20 June.
The band’s anticipated third album will drop 10 July, while new single ‘Dreamland’ serves as a musical table of contents.
Drake's original version of the song also received two wins at the 2017 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance.
Due to popular demand, “Quarantine Covers Part 1” includes renditions of Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ and Lana Del Rey’s ‘Young & Beautiful’.
The Glass Animals frontman described Withers in the clip as “one of my favourite songwriters of all time,”