You may need your headphones for this one

By Allison Sadlier
Updated November 11, 2016 at 09:55 PM EST
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Yoko Ono has a very loud message for Donald Trump.

The performance artist tweeted Friday addressing “friends” and the President-elect: “Dear Friends, I would like to share this message with you as my response to Donald Trump – love, yoko.”

Attached to the note is an audio recording of Ono screaming at various tones and pitches. Listeners can hear a little bit of laughter at the very end of the 19-second clip.

Ono has a long history of political activism, dating all the way back to the ’60s when she and John Lennon held a “bed-in for peace” where they promoted world peace from their bedroom.

Ono is not the first artist to express her concern with the newly elected President. Dozens of celebrities reacted on Twitter after the election was called on Tuesday, and earlier on Friday, Donnie Trumpet announced he will no longer use that stage name and asked to go by, “Nico” instead. “I don’t want to be connected to Trump’s hateful tone or his hurtful message. I don’t want to be misrepresented or misunderstood,” he wrote.