You Have to Hear This Group's "Anthem" From the Women's March On Washington

Amid a sea of marching women in Washington D.C. on Saturday, MILCK, an artist from California, performed a beautiful rendition of her original song "Quiet" with the help of several other female singers.

According to the National Public Radio (NPR), the L.A.-based artist got in touch with the group of singers from across the country and arranged a flash mob performance of her song. "An emotional rally cry for self-empowerment and unity," the song was quickly deemed the "anthem" of the women's march.

After rehearsing only via video chat to prepare for the event, the women came together, performed the song several times randomly throughout the day, and left everyone in awe.

Watch part of one of the performances in the video player below:

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