Russian punk band Pussy Riot have had the justice system in Russia fail them tremendously, but now the three imprisoned members of the band have appealed their convictions, while two anonymous members of the band have fled the country.

If you've been living under a rock lately, three members of the band (Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Yekaterina Samutsevich) were recently sentenced to two years in a Russian prison due to a "flash" performance of a track that was seen as disfavorable towards Vladimir Putin in the Cathedral of Christ The Saviour. A response towards the trio's appeals is expected to be announced "within 10 days."

In better news, the band recently tweeted that two of the band's members have fled Russia and are considering their options from here on out. You can view that tweet below.

"In regard to the pursuit, two of our members have successfully fled the country! They are recruiting foreign feminists to prepare new actions!"