The White Stripes and Donald Trump definitely aren’t in harmony with each other.
The duo lashed out on Tuesday over what they called the “illegal” use of the group’s 2003 hit “Seven Nation Army” in a pro-Trump video.
A statement posted to the Twitter account of frontman Jack White’s Third Man Records said that the group was “disgusted” by the use of the song.
— Third Man Records (@thirdmanrecords) October 4, 2016
“Regarding the use of ‘Seven Nation Army’ in a Donald Trump campaign video, The White Stripes would like to unequivocally state that they have nothing whatsoever to do with this video,” the statement read. “They are disgusted by this association, and by the illegal use of their song.”
A spokesperson for the Trump campaign has not yet responded to TheWrap’s request for comment.
However, Jack and Meg White are hardly the first musical artists to complain about their music being used in association with Trump. Musicians as diverse a Adele, Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Neil Young and the Rolling Stones have all made noise about their music being played in support of the GOP candidate without their authorization.
After the 1981 Stones tune “Start Me Up” was played at an event in May, the group issued a statement saying, “The Rolling Stones have never given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately.”