Forget about the inauguration and lose yourself in Troye Sivan, Fiona Apple, and Ruby Rose.
Chicks before dicks!! Donald Trump may be putting his greasy paws all over the Capitol today, but tomorrow thousands of women will be putting their feet to the street! Related: Fiona Apple Drops Anti-Trump Song Tiny Hands Ahead Of Women's March! Women nationwide are banding together for the anti-Trump protests taking place in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, New [...]
A very minimal anti-Trump song by Fiona Apple gets an article of its own in The New York Times.
These silly protestor types crack me up. Fiona Apple is gearing up for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington with a new song, titled “Tiny Hands.” The singer-songwriter teamed up with composer Michael Whalen to create the minute-long track, which Apple recorded on her phone and released Tuesday. Show More Summary
The song is meant to serve as a chant for protesters speaking out against the President-elect
For two decades, Fiona Apple has proved herself immune to the tides of influence or forces of convention that sway many other artists of her stature. Pressure from her label, a pleading army of fans, the imperative to remain “relevant”—none of these earthbound concerns have roused Apple from her state of prolonged hibernation.
In anticipation of this weekend's Women's March on Washington, Fiona Apple has released a minute long anti-Trump anthem called "Tiny Hands." The song, written by Apple and Michael Whalen, features the rallying chant "we don't want your...Show More Summary
Hundreds of thousands of women are set to gather in Washington D.C. and at sister marches around the world on Saturday to protest both Donald Trump’s presidency and inequality at large. And while there are plenty of potential musical...Show More Summary
Fiona Apple gifted us with a Donald Trump diss track just before the holidays (lyrics included "Trump's nuts roasting on an open fire," just in case you forgot), and now she's back with another anti-Trump track right in time for his presidential inauguration on Friday - and more importantly, the Women's Marches that follow it. Show More Summary
An official chant for the Women's March this weekend.
The chant is on a new track, called “Tiny Hands,” the singer created for the women’s march in Washington after Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Hundreds of thousands of people of all genders will be marching and protesting the Inauguration around the country this Saturday, with the largest group in Washington, D.C. But what to chant, and what signs to bring? These are the big questions dogging those of us who will take to the streets, eager to be both […]
Fiona Apple doesn’t much care for Donald Trump. The notably private singer-songwriter hasn’t released a new album since 2012, but she returned to the spotlight with her fiery “Christmas” song “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire,”Show More Summary
Apple released the song on SoundCloud ahead of the president-elect's inauguration.
Fiona Apple has a strong message for the future President Trump on the week of his inaugural celebrations. “We don’t want your tiny hands anywhere near our underpants,” the singer chants on a new track released on Tuesday for the Women’s March on Washington planned for Jan. Show More Summary
Fiona Apple doesn't like Donald Trump, that much she's made clear. Her musical resistance started with Trump's Nuts Roasting On An Open Fire, a Christmas-slash-protest song for the whole family to play while morosely decorating their tree. Show More Summary
Fiona Apple, who previously brought us anti-Trump Christmas song "Trump's Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire," has a new piece of music inspired by the president-elect. "Tiny Hands" was written with composer Michael Whalen... Continue reading…
This weekend, thousands upon thousands of activists are expected to descend upon Washington, D.C. for the Women's March on Washington, while many others will join marches taking place simultaneously at various cities throughout the country the day after Donald Trump's inauguration. Thanks to Fiona Apple, they'll all hopefully be united ... More »