Liz Phair is among several artists who participated in Twitter’s new #YourVoiceYourVote campaign, where artists use the platform’s voice tweet function to encourage voting.
Many artists, including Dua Lipa, Kim Gordon and Spoon, recorded messages to get folks out to vote. Others, such as Phair and Christina Aguilera, performed a song to advocate.
I’m voting by mail this year. Each state does voting differently, but you may be able to request your ballot today. #YourVoiceYourVote #FleetwoodMac pic.twitter.com/ez0lqYeqRs
— Liz Phair (@PhizLair) September 15, 2020
“I don’t want to hear you waited too long to vote when you could’ve voted early,” Phair sings over her Fleetwood Mac-inspired acoustic guitar-led tune. “I don’t want to hear you blew it off and slept in when we need a clear majority this election.” The singer captioned her voice tweet by sharing that she plans to vote by mail. “Each state does voting differently, but you may be able to request your ballot today,” she added.
Use your voice & vote! 😘❤️#YourVoiceYourVote pic.twitter.com/iwU5F953VE
— Christina Aguilera (@xtina) September 15, 2020
Christina Aguilera also sang in her voice tweet for the campaign, offering up lyrics from her 2016 single “Change.” “Stand tall, then proudly lift your voices,” she sings a cappella. “Let ’em know who we are and our choices.”
In March, Phair announced she will be releasing new album Soberish, the follow-up to 2010’s Funstyle. While a release date has not been announced, she shared that the LP will arrive on her new label Chrysalis.
Are you voting in the most important US election in history? It takes just seconds to check your voter registration status. https://t.co/o73ZVDnJHk#YourVoiceYourVote pic.twitter.com/bGdxiRZyQj
— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) September 15, 2020
Hey things suck big time use yr voice to change things please vote early early early #YourVoiceYourVotehttps://t.co/TSb411gvLa pic.twitter.com/E9OUfUaW2i
— Kim Gordon (@KimletGordon) September 15, 2020
Hey everybody, it takes about ten seconds to make sure you are registered to vote. And you can find out if you are via the link below. Make sure you’re registered before your state’s deadline. Thanks y’all.#YourVoiceYourVote https://t.co/oSsxCEvHVB pic.twitter.com/bsN7XlsEOw
— SPOON (@spoontheband) September 15, 2020