Today, for the anniversary of The Russian Revolution, the Russian feminist art collective Pussy Riot releases a new song “Police State”, which in usual fashion is accompanied by a music video (see below). The moving picture sums up the current state of affairs of authoritarian leaders like Russia Putin and America’s Trump: Actress Chloe Sevigny, who plays a law-enforcement officer in the video, is carrying a baton for riot control. Today’s youth is strapped stuck to watch political leaders run and ruin the world. The ballet dancer’s grace is juxtaposed by police being fun-stoppers.

Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova worked with GRAMMY nominee Ricky Reed on the song and the video was directed by Matt Creed and the director of photography is Sean Williams.

Police State” is out today, plus will be a single on the Nice Life record label’s Nice Life Winter ’18 playlist out 12.8.