Pussy Riot, along with Parcas, Dillom & Muerejoven, just released their new single, “1312.” This is an anthem that’s inspired by protesters in Chile. Aside from the catchy sound, it also serves as a manifesto including a call to action to change the oppressive state many people suffer through at the hands of police and a white supremacist system.

“‘1312’ is an international anthem against police 
brutality. Instead of serving people, police forces are
oppressing activists, beating innocent people, and at the same time refusing to properly investigate femicides to eradicate them. It’s shameful that a policeman can attack a girl activist on a rally, but can’t find her when she’s missing and punish her rapist,” reads a statement from Pussy Riot and La Tesis.

See the manifesto of Pussy Riot and La Tesis:

And check out the video for ‘1312’ below: