The new song features Ani DiFranco, BIIANCO, Autumn Rowe

‘We Won’t Go Back’ is set to release on June 30, but listeners can pre-save the single.

Singer-songwriter, producer and advocate MILCK, is bringing together artists far and wide to curate a new song “We Won’t Go Back” which has become the anthem for the protests against the political attempt to overturn Roe v Wade. The new song, which features Ani DiFranco, BIIANCO, Autumn Rowe is set to release on June 30, but listeners can pre-save the single here.

The song’s story stems from the recent march that occurred in DC, for which MILCK participated. MILCK has turned the song into an urgent anthem offering the audio to her community by way of social media with the intention that others will contribute their voices.

MILCK says the process of creating this song embodies one of her favorite quotes: “In times of destruction, create something.” – Maxine Hong Kingston.

This is a full-circle moment for MILCK, who five years ago became known around the globe for the viral performance of her song “Quiet” during the Women’s March. “Quiet” became the unofficial anthem of the movement, was named Billboard’s No.1 Protest Song, and was selected for NPR’s American Anthem Series.

Read about MILCK and many others being honored at the She Rocks Awards Tenth Anniversary

MILCK’s been featured in the Grammy Museum, Time Magazine, Elle, NPR, The Kelly Clarkson Show and last week performed on the Planned Parenthood #BansOffOurBodies Rally Livestream. She was also honored at the She Rocks Awards 10th Anniversary celebration which took place at the Ranch Saloon in Anaheim, California during the NAMM Show.

Recently, Netflix released the original documentary “FOUND,” for which Broadway actress Phillipa Soo (“Hamilton”) and MILCK co-wrote and sang the theme song “Mystery of Me.” The documentary follows three adopted American teenage girls who discover that they are blood-related cousins. Their online meeting inspires the young women to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to China together in search of their heritage. It’s a story that resonates closely with MILCK as an active voice of the AAPI community. Visit here website at Milck Music.