Iconic singer Joni Mitchell more than two years after she left the platform in protest of hosting misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, usually spread by . This comes just a week after fellow protesters.

Mitchell has not commented on the return of her music to Spotify. Back in 2022, Mitchell wrote in a statement that “irresponsible people are spreading lies that are costing people their lives. I stand in solidarity with Neil Young and the global scientific and medical communities on this issue” of the COVID vaccine, .

Young returned to Spotify on the grounds that Joe Rogan’s podcast was , as it now appears on YouTube, Apple Podcasts and Amazon Music. “My decision comes as music services Apple and Amazon began serving up the same disinformation podcast features I opposed on Spotify,” he wrote in a blog post that may have been deleted since publication. The singer also noted that fans will have nowhere to go if he pulls his music from any of the above platforms.

Aside from the obvious reasons, Young and Mitchell had a vested interest in fighting medical misinformation. Both musicians were victims of polio, a disease that was thanks to vaccines.

Joni Mitchell has experienced something of a career renaissance over the past few years. She began performing live again in 2022 after an aneurysm in 2015 left her unable to perform. The singer even performed at this year’s Grammys. As for Rogan, he recently signed a new $250 million deal with Spotify to continue his various podcast endeavors.