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Billie Eilish, Foo Fighters, And Over 200 More Support Planned Parenthood’s Voting Campaign

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Election Day is less than a week away, which means that voting awareness is only getting more and more important with each passing day. Following the confirmation of the newest Supreme Court justice, Amy Coney Barrett, Planned Parenthood has launched a new We Need Every Voice get-out-the-vote campaign, for which they garnered the support of over 200 musicians, including Billie Eilish, Foo Fighters, and Halsey.

The full-page ad was published on Wednesday in six swing state newspapers — including the Detroit Free Press, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, and Austin American Statesman. It reads:

“United, our voices can change the direction of this country. Voting shapes our lives and has lasting effects. After the rushed confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, in the midst of a pandemic, we now face a Supreme Court that puts our health and freedoms, including our right to safe and legal abortion, at extreme risk. The damage already inflicted on our country will last for generations. We can’t afford any further assaults on our reproductive freedom — our right to control our bodies. We need your voice.

This election, more than any other, will determine our health, rights and our future. Now, we decide. We need every voice. Vote, because your body is your own.”

Alexis McGill Johnson, president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, also said in a statement:

“Everything is on the line with this election. Voters across the country understand that we need leaders who will fight to protect our rights and access to health care in every branch of government — that’s why tens of millions of Americans have already cast their ballots by mail or in-person in states with early voting.

As we face a Supreme Court that now poses an even greater threat to people’s healthcare access and reproductive rights, we know there is power in exercising our right to vote. We are proud to partner with musicians for We Need Every Voice to mobilize more people to use their voices and their votes to help elect leaders that will protect our futures, our health, our rights, and our freedoms.”

Other artists supporting the campaign include Aminé, Andre 3000, Angel Olsen, Beastie Boys, Big Thief, Black Thought, Bon Iver, Bright Eyes, Carly Rae Jepsen, Death Cab For Cutie, Finneas, Fleet Foxes, G-Eazy, Haim, Jeff Rosenstock, Jenny Lewis, Kacey Musgraves, KAty Perry, Lil Dicky, Maggie Rogers, Michael Stipe, My Morning Jacket, Nine Inch Nails, Perfume Genius, Phoebe Bridgers, The Postal Service, Pup, Questlove, The Roots, Saba, Sharon Van Etten, Sleater-Kinney, Soccer Mommy, Spoon, St. Vincent, and Weyes Blood.

Find the full list of artists below.

Adam Horovitz
Adia Victoria
Adult
Alan Palomo (Neon Indian)
Alex Skolnick
Alexandra Savior
Alice Smith
Alynda Segarra (Hurray For The Riff Raff)
Amanda Palrner
Amara La Negra
Aminé
Andra Day
Andre 3000
Angel Olsen
Angelica Garcia
Ani Difranco
Ashanti
Baroness
Beach House
Beastie Boys
Berra Mancari
Beck
Belaro
Best Coast
Big Freedia
Big Thief
Bikini Kill
Billie Eilish
Black Thought
Blood Orange
Bon Iver
Brad Mehldau
Bright Eyes
Broken Social Scene
Bully
Buzzy Lee
Calexico
Carly Rae Jepsen
Caroline Shaw
Cate Le Bon
Cécile Mclorin Salvant
Ceremony
Charlotte Lawrence
Chelsea Collins
Chloe Lilac
Chloe Moriondo
Chris Thile
Claud
Clipping
Courtney Marie Andrews
Craig Wedren
Dana Williams
David Yow
Dean & Bata
Death Cab For Cutie
Deaton Chris Anthony
Devendra Banhart
Dorian Electra
Electric Guest
Eli Janney (Girls Against Boys)
Emmylou Harris
Erin Rae
Evann Mcintosh
Finneas
First Aid Kit
Fleet Foxes
Flock Of Dimes
Foo Fighters
Future Islands
G-Eazy
Gaby Moreno
Gilligan Moss
Grace Potter
Grandson
Grouplove
Haim
Halestorm
Haley Blais
Halsey
Hot Snakes
Jeff Rosenstock
Jenny Lewis
Jehnny Beth
Jimmy Eat World
Josie Dunneye
Joshua Redman
Julien Baker
K.D. Lang
Kacey Musgraves
Karen Elson
Katy Perry
Keith Morris
Kevin Seconds
Kim Gordon
King Tuff
Knocked Loose
L7
Lael Neale
Lætitia Tarnko (Vagabon)
Lake Street Dive
Laurie Anderson
Lil Dicky
Lindsey Buckingham
Loma
Love Mansuy
Lykke Li
Macklemore
Madi Diaz
Madison Beer
Maggie Rogers
Mandy More
Margo Price
Michael Stipe
Michelle
Michelle Branch
Mike D
Milck
Misterwives
Mudhoney
My Morning Jacket
Mykki Blanco
Natalie Merchant
Narrow Head
Neko Case
Nina Ljeti (Of Kills Birds)
Nine Inch Nails
Norah Jones
Olivia O’Brien
Patrick Carney
Pauline Rubio
Peach Tree Rascals
Perfume Genius
Perry Farrell And Etty Lau Farrell
Pete Yorn
Phoebe Bridgers
Pinegrove
Pink
Pissed Jeans
Pom Pom Squad
Portugal. The Man
Princess Nokia
Pun. Brothers
Pup
Queens Of The Stone Age
Questlove
Randy Newman
Real Estate
Resistance Revival Chorus
Rhiannon Giddens
Romero
Royal &The Serpent
Saba
Sad13
Sammy Brue
Sarah Mclachlan
Saygrace
Seth Jabour (Les Savy Fav)
Sharon Van Etten
Shearwater
Sia
Silversun Pickups
Skullcrusher
Sleater-Kinney
Soccer Mommy
Sons Of An Illustrious Father
Speedy Ortiz
Spoon
Squirrel Flower
St. Vincent
Sunflower Bean
Syd Butler (Les Savy Fav)
T Bone Burnett
Tegan And Sara
Tempers
Tenacious D
The 130 Band
The Aces
The B-52s
The Bird And The Bee
The Breeders
The Chicks
The Decemberists
The Distillers
The Head And The Heart
The Kills
The Magnetic Fields
The Madan
The New Pornographers
The Postal Service
The Roots
The Streets
Third Eye Blind
Tune-yards
Turnstile
Uniform
U.S. Girls
Wallows
Weezer
Weyes Blood
White Reaper
Wristmeetrazor
X Ambassadors

Some artists covered here are Warner Music artists. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

Source: Billie Eilish, Foo Fighters, And Over 200 More Support Planned Parenthood’s Voting Campaign

Written by Derrick Rossignol

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