U.S. Singer Fiona Apple Releases Anti-Trump Women's March Chant

Fiona Apple
Fiona Apple performs at Newmark Theater, Portland, Oregon, U.S., October 3, 2013. Natalie Behring/Getty

American singer Fiona Apple has released an anti-Donald Trump chant ahead of the upcoming Women's March on Washington and the president-elect's inauguration.

The one-minute track, called "Tiny Hands," involves marching drums intercut with a clip of Trump saying "grab 'em by the pussy," a comment he made in a 2005 conversation with television host Billy Bush which was caught on live microphone. The full clip was obtained and leaked by The Washington Post last year.

The chorus says: "We don't want your tiny hands, anywhere near our underpants."

Last year, Apple unveiled an anti-Trump Christmas song, "Trump's Nuts Roasting on an Open Fire."

The 39-year-old songwriter produced the new track with composer Michael Whalen.