A diverse range of Australian musicians including Courtney Barnett, Violent Soho, Urthboy and many more, have united to put their weight behind the online movement #notON – a campaign aimed at eradicating violence against women.

The initiative, created alongside national charity White Ribbon Australia, was semi-launched at last night’s Queensland Music Awards at the Brisbane Powerhouse.

Opening act Yarwah were early visible supporters, each member wearing a #notON t-shirt.

Other Aussie artists already lending their support are Boy & Bear, Troy Cassar-Daley, Pete Murray, Katie Noonan, Bad//Dreems, Busby Marou, Bliss N Eso, L-FRESH The Lion, The Church, The Basics and The Choirboys – just to name a few!

“We are excited to have the support of the music industry via this creative initiative,” said Libby Davies, the chief executive of White Ribbon Australia. “It’s so important to break the silence that surrounds men’s violence against women. Hearing musicians lend their voices to the campaign helps to expand the reach of our prevention work aimed at changing the attitudes and behavior that lead to such violence.”

Harrowing statistics reveal that, on average, one woman is killed every week as a result of domestic violence, and that it is the principal cause of homelessness for women and their children in the modern world.

So far, here is a list of artists pledging their allegiance:

Airling
Alpine
Bad//Dreems
Benny Walker
Bliss N Eso
Bloods
Boy & Bear
Busby Marou
Courtney Barnett
Dallas Frasca
Dubmarine
Emma Louise
Grenadiers
Hannah Cameron
Hermitude
HITS
Isabella Manfredi
Jackie Marshall
Jasmine Rae
Jimblah
Josh Pyke
Katie Noonan
Katie Wighton
Kaylens Rain
Kram
L-FRESH The Lion
Lurch & Chief
Matt Cornell
Melanie Dyer
Packwood
Pete Murray
Reece Mastin
RY
Sahara Beck
Sarah Belkner
Sietta
Spookyland
Steve Balbi
Suze De Marchi
The Basics
The Beards
The Choirboys
The Church
The Grates
The Herd
The Last Kinection
The Medics
Thelma Plum
Thirsty Merc
Tim Steward
Troy Cassar-Daley
Urthboy
Violent Soho
We All Want To

For more information on the initiative, use and follow the #notON hashtag on social media.