The White Stripes are selling 'Icky Trump' T-shirts

The band recently denounced the Republican after his campaign used their most famous song

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The White Stripes have added some merchandise to the Third Man Records online store, namely T-shirts bearing the words "Icky Trump."

The slogan is a play on words of their song "Icky Thump," some lyrics of which appear on the back of the anti-Trump shirt.

Earlier this week, the band - comprised of Jack and Meg White - denounced the Republican presidential nominee after the use of the track "Seven Nation Army" in a pro-Trump video.


#AntiTrump shirt available for pre-order NOW at #ickytrump

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You can pre-order the T-shirt here.

"Icky Thump" appeared on the 2007 album of the same name which also included songs "Conquest" and "Rag and Bone." It was their sixth and final record before Jack White proceeded with a solo career.

The musician recently unveiled an unheralded never-before-heard White Stripes acoustic ballad called "City Lights," which was believed to have been recorded in 2005 - around the time the band released their fifth studio album Get Behind Me Satan.

Other music acts who have openly stated they don't want Trump to use their music include Adele, The Rolling Stones and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler.