Russian feminist punk art movement, Pussy Riot, along with Dave Sitek have shared their new song “Bad Apples.” Accompanying the song, Pussy Riot and Dave Sitek released a video, produced by Matt Creed, which you can watch below.

About the song the band said: “Hey comrades. Hope you are not going to like our new track, since it’s dedicated to really disgusting things. Hope you will turn it off, go out and act.

We’re sort of confused about the fact that the most of songs we hear are circling around romantic feelings and friday parties, although only rare tracks are dedicated to not less important topics such as a) climate change, b) gun control, c) arrests of political activists, d) structural inequality e) sexism f) killer cops, brutality and abuse of power that state institutions commit on a daily basis g) urgent need of good-quality accessible healthcare and education.

Pussy Riot also explained their activist, political and artistic collaborations during their upcoming series of events that are scheduled in a number of  American cities, as well as in Mexico city.

Events that we organize are political rallies, not concerts. We intend to make the audience leave the venue or the festival, and to go out and act.