“I wrote this song 3 years ago, recorded it last year with Vince, and always have fans asking when I’ll put it out," Morris tweeted

By Eric Renner Brown
October 02, 2017 07:24 PM

Country star Maren Morris released a statement Monday evening about Sunday night’s deadly Las Vegas shooting — and shared a new song to go along with it.

“I wrote this song 3 years ago, recorded it last year with Vince, and always have fans asking when I’ll put it out,” Morris wrote in a note accompanying the new track, “Dear Hate.”

“I never knew when would be the right time, but I realized today that there’s never a right time. Hate is everywhere, and I’m sick of not doing enough. In the darkest tunnel, there is still love & music. That’s what it’s here for.”

Morris added that she’ll donate “any cent I see” from the song to the Music City Cares Fund.

Morris performed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday night. The shooting that left 58 dead and more than 500 injured occurred during fellow country artist Jason Aldean’s set the following night. “I’m in shock over this,” Morris wrote in an earlier tweet Monday morning. “Heartbroken for all those lives taken too soon.”

Morris joined a choir of high-profile voices condemning the violence, offering condolences, and, in some cases, calling for gun policy reform in the wake of the attack.

Listen to “Dear Hate” above.

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How to Help and Learn About Loved Ones

Friends and family are asked to report missing people believed to be connected to the shooting using the hotline 1-800-536-9488.

Anyone with photo or video evidence of the shooting is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The city of Las Vegas has established a Family Reunification Center to help connect relatives with the more than 500 people who were injured.

In addition, city officials urged those locally who wish to donate blood to visit one of two donation centers operated by United Blood Services, either at 6930 W. Charleston in Las Vegas or at 601 Whitney Ranch Drive in Henderson, Nevada.

A victims’ fund has been started on GoFundMe by Steve Sisolak the Clark County, Nevada, commission chair. Other groups providing relief include the local chapter of the American Red Cross and the National Compassion Fund.

This article originally appeared on Ew.com