Kim Gordon shares new song ‘Grass Jeans’ for Texas abortion charity

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“Join me in helping to protect and keep a woman’s right to choose”

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Kim Gordon shares a new track called ‘Grass Jeans’ to help Fund Texas Choice, an organization that facilitates women in Texas to travel to abortion clinics.

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The song marks the former Sonic Youth member’s first solo material since his debut album, 2019’s ‘No Home Record’.

,take me downtown / take me downtown / uptown / take me downtown where they go,” Gordon sings at the beginning of the dark, fuzzy electric guitar chimes in and out as the distorted solo.

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“I’m often asked, ‘Can music change things for people in the political landscape? She explained in a statement. “Yes, it can be… but it needs a listener, an audience, to make it anything.

“So please help protect and keep accessible to a woman’s right to choose her destiny by purchasing this song and supporting Fund Texas Choice and their collective effort to secure abortion access for all.” Join in. Thank you. It means a lot.”

You can listen to ‘Grass Jeans’ below:

This comes after Texas brought in restrictive new abortion laws. Senate Bill 8 Legislation. As of tomorrow (December 2), medical abortion after seven weeks of pregnancy has been banned in the state. Texas Tribune,

Billie Eilish, Saint Vincent and Megan Thee are among the artists who opposed Billie Eilish in the stallion. Back in October, the latter artist said: “I’m a Texas girl and we deserve better! Politicians want to shut down access to abortion and control our bodies, lives, and futures—I’m speaking. “

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To Fund Texas Choice website, Organization ,envisions a society in which abortion is adopted as a health care and a human right”.

It added: “As a human right, abortion is equally accessible across political, economic and social systems so that people have autonomous bodies and futures supported by powerful and vibrant communities.”

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