Pussy Riot Are Back, With Their Most Provocative Video Yet

The group have taken on corruption in the Russian Governement

We first heard of Pussy Riot in 2012 when group took to the altar of a cathedral in Moscow in  balaclavas to film their video for, 'Mother of God, Chase Putin Away'. As a result two members were devastatingly imprisoned for two years for religiously-motivated hooliganism, and the world woke up for their fight.

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Now, four years on, the feminist protest punk band is back. This week they have released a new music video to accompany their new song, 'Chaika', named after Russia's current prosecutor general, Yuri Chaika.

The video sees them depart from their normal punk films that involve them being torn down by the police and arrested, instead a slick, well choreographed, highly produced film, with beautiful sets. But the message remains the same - they will fight  to reveal the terrible conditions inside Russia’s prisons and justice system, and against the corruption in President Vladimir Putin’s government.