Say goodbye to the Dixie Chicks.
On Thursday, the group quietly changed their name to simply The Chicks.
"We want to meet this moment," the group said on their website.
The trio changed their social media handles and website to reflect the new name. Pitchfork says The Chicks also amended the cover of their upcoming album "Gaslighter" to reflect the new name.
In addition, the group released a new song on Thursday under the name The Chicks.
The song, "March March," speaks of peaceful protesting and includes images from the recent Black Lives Matter demonstrations following George Floyd's death.
The Chicks' rep confirmed the name change.
"A sincere and heartfelt thank you goes out to 'The Chicks' of NZ for their gracious gesture in allowing us to share their name," the group said in a statement. "We are honored to co-exist together in the world with these exceptionally talented sisters. Chicks Rock!"
The Chicks follow in the footsteps of Lady A — formerly known as Lady Antebellum — who changed their name earlier this month to disassociate from racial undertones linked to slavery.
The Chicks' name change also comes following a recent op-ed in Variety questioning the band's name and citing the recent Lady A switch.
"The Dixie Chicks don't need to change their name to get that kind of publicity, but their silence has been deafening," the op-ed read. "This is a discussion we need to have, and they should be a part of it."