LISTEN: Fiona Apple Debuts Anti-Trump Song ‘Tiny Hands’

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Fiona Apple released a short track about president-elect Donald Trump called “Tiny Hands” on SoundCloud ahead of the Women’s Marches occurring in Washington D.C. and across the world on Saturday (Jan. 21, 2017).

The minute-long song composed with Michael Whalen opens and closes with a sample of Trump’s audio from the damning Access Hollywood tape in which he discusses grabbing a woman by her genitals. In between, Apple repeats, “We don’t want your tiny hands anywhere near our underpants.”

“This is the chant that Fiona Apple created for the ‘Women’s March’ in Washington, DC January 21st, 2017,” reads the description on the track’s SoundCloud page. “She recorded it on a phone. m-Dub (Whalen) created the track and the mix.”

Prior to “Tiny Hands,” Apple released a holiday song called “Trump’s Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire,” which she performed at the “We Rock with Standing Rock” benefit concert in Los Angeles in December.

Trump has not addressed “Tiny Hands” on Twitter or otherwise just yet. Listen to the track below.