10/05/2015 12:02 EDT | Updated 10/16/2015 04:59 EDT

Hey Rosetta! And Yukon Blonde Team Up For Anti-Harper Song

"When i was a child, i sang the anthem with pride / it stood for justice, peace, and human rights."

Two Canadian indie bands have teamed up to release a song urging citizens to vote anything but Conservative in the upcoming federal election.

The description for "Land You Love" asks Canadians to "vote to avoid another tragic Harper government."

St. John's Hey Rosetta! and B.C.'s Yukon Blonde sing lyrics referencing the country's "holy rolling hills" and asks listeners "to fight for the land you love."

The video ends with Hey Rosetta!'s Romesh Thavanathan holding a sign saying "Anything But Conservative," and Yukon Blonde's James Younger raising another with the hashtag #ImagineOct20th, referencing a series of concerts organized by Stars' Torquil Campbell.

Organizers are putting together the concert series to encourage youth to vote out Harper's Tories. Performers include Feist, Dave Bidini and Dan Mangan.

The video's description also points to VoteTogether.ca, a strategic voting initiative also designed to oust the Conservatives.

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