Fiona Apple has released a new Anti-Trump protest chant, “Tiny Hands,” in honor of the Women’s March that’s set for this Saturday — the day after the inauguration.
The singer teamed up with composer Michael Whalen for the project, which debuted on Soundcloud this week.
“We don’t want your tiny hands/ Anywhere near our underpants,” Apple chants repeatedly over the militant drum beat. The song also samples Trump’s own comments from the “Access Hollywood” tapes that were leaked weeks before the election.
As of Wednesday afternoon, the chant has received more than 134,000 plays on Soundcloud.
The piece was recorded for the Women’s March on Washington, which is scheduled to take place the day after Donald Trump is inaugurated as 45th U.S. president. As many as 200,000 people are expected to participate in D.C. but the event is also happening nationwide. Julianne Moore, Jessica Chastain and Amy Schumer are among those who have pledged to attend.
There will be hundreds of “sister” marches happening simultaneously on Saturday in cities across the country, including, Los Angeles; Park City, Utah; New York; and many more.
This is not the first time Apple has expressed her opposition to Trump through music. In December, a video surfaced of Apple performing the protest song “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire,” a parody of Nat King Cole’s “Christmas Song.”
“Everybody knows some money and entitlement/Can help to make the season white,” she sang. “Mothers of color with their kids out of sight/Will find it hard to sleep at night.”
She ends the parody by ripping up a picture of Trump and wishing him a very sarcastic “Merry Christmas.”
Listen to “Tiny Hands” on Soundcloud.