Someone played “Chocolate Rain” by Tay Zonday, too.
The collaborative track also features Parcas, Dillom, and Muerejoven.
Track comes ahead of the Russian punk protesters’ upcoming tour benefiting Planned Parenthood.
19-date trek will benefit Planned Parenthood.
Specifically targeting the Russian mining corporation Nornickel.
The band’s Julia Kugel also writes an essay about political music with Kathleen Hanna, Brendan Canty, and others.
Plus, watch their accompanying videos, including one in which Pussy Riot get in a boxing match with the Russian president.
Trump visits the UK for the first time this Friday.
“You should not be deceived, this event on 18th of March is not elections,” proclaim the protest punks.
Produced by Dave Sitek, the track arrives amidst the feminist collective’s ongoing US tour.
Dre’s stone-cold classic gave the oppressed a voice and language to use in protest.
The group’s setlist also features the anti-Trump song “Make America Great Again”.