Pussy Riot Call for Navalny’s Release With Video for New Song “RAGE”: Watch

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Pussy Riot have shared the music video for a new song called “RAGE.” It arrives days after three members of the Russian art collective—Masha Alekhina, Viktoria Naraxsa, and Lucy Shteyn—were arrested following protests calling for the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Check out the chaotic visual below.

Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova and Chris Greatti wrote “RAGE,” which is produced by Greatti and Crazy Demxns. The video, directed and edited by Tolokonnikova, was filmed in February 2020. In the YouTube description, Pussy Riot write:

we demand the release of a Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, Pussy Riot’s Masha Alekhina, and all political prisoners, we ask the police to stop beating the protesters and stand together with us, we ask Putin and his team to leave the Kremlin ASAP.

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