Donald Trump isn't faring too well with indie musicians, in terms of his popularity.

Yesterday, Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler was captured during an interview calling the Republican candidate a 'complete fucking nightmare', and now The White Stripes have issued a statement via Jack White's Third Man Records condemning his use of their song 'Seven Nation Army' in a campaign video.

The duo, who split in 2011, said they were 'disgusted' by Trump's use of the song on the label's Facebook page.

See the full statement below: