Listen to Fiona Apple’s gorgeous new lullaby, ‘I Can’t Wait To Meet You’

This is song is part of the cutest collaboration album of the year.

Fiona Apple has a shared a new song titled ‘I Can’t Wait To Meet You’ as a part of a collaborative album in which all the songs are written by pregnant women.

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Apple performs on the track but the words and music were written by expecting mother Solangie Jimenez and composer Thomas Cabaniss. This song comes as a part of the ‘Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project’ where the songs are written by expecting and new mothers.

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As Pitchfork reports, the album also features performances from Angélique Kidjo, Rosanne Cash, Natalie Merchant, and more. Listen to the beautiful lullaby below.

Bak i February, Fiona Apple and Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson teamed up for a duet of Lesley Gore’s ‘You Don’t Owe Me’ in LA.

The cover took place at the city’s third annual GIRLSCHOOL Festival, which aims to benefit the Los Angeles Girls Rock Camp supporting women-fronted-bands and artists.

Apple’s t-shirt featured the slogan ‘Kneel Portnow’, referencing the Grammy president Neil Portnow, who recently claimed that women need to “step up” after the 2018 ceremony was criticised for its gender disparity.

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Last year, Fiona Apple has shared a scathing ‘chant’ against Donald Trump for the Women’s March.

The acclaimed singer-songwriter put together the minute-long piece with composer Michael Whalen – featuring a piano loop, marching drums and the memorable protest chant of “we don’t want your tiny hands, anywhere near our underpants,” against Trump’s infamous allegations of past sexual assault and the leaked tape in which he urged someone to “grab them by the pussy” in conversation.

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