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Tunstall said that for her, the song, which was used in the 2006 film The Devil Wears Prada, has become her vote in the US election race. "I could ask them not to use it," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her, as saying. “With the Hillary Clinton thing, it would come down to me calling them and asking them not to do it but I am so desperate to see a Democratic government get in, because I can't vote. It is my way of supporting them," she added.
The 32-year-old is heading to Byron Bay for the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival this weekend, a genre Tunstall said she is keen to discover. "I wanted to explore a pop-rock in Drastic Fantastic, now I want to put my boots on and play some blues," she said.