Dozens of artists took the stage at Global Citizen Live across multiple cities as part of the anti-poverty charity organization’s 24-hour global livestream.
His special guests include King Princess, Dermot Kennedy and Tate McRae.
‘Thank you @BBCR1 live lounge for having me & @BillieEilish for this unbelievable song,’ wrote Mendes on Twitter.
Confirmed artists set to perform include Olivia Rodrigo, Lorde, Foo Fighters, and more.
The year’s edition of the station’s annual run of special performances begins on September 6 and continues through the rest of the month.
The music video was directed by Matty Peacock.
The single is set to be released on August 20.
The Tragically Hip also received the Junos' 2021 Humanitarian Award, which was presented by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson of Rush, in honor of their history of philanthropic work.
Split into two airing slots, the first segment of the awards show will air on May 16 and the second on May 17.
The 50th annual Canadian music celebration broadcasts live on Sunday, May 16.
The new audio feature is billed as an aid to walking during lockdown.
The lead single from Mendes' second album, 'Illuminate', the song was also a US Top 10 hit in 2016.
The singer joins Elvis Presley and Justin Bieber as the only male artists to achieve this feat by the age of 22.
The 14-track album features lead singles ‘Wonder’ and ‘Monster’ featuring Justin Bieber.
‘Wonder: The Experience’ will celebrate the artist’s anticipated new album, ‘Wonder,’ out this Friday.