Punk activists, Pussy Riot have a new song and video, which this time, is in direct protest to Russia's general persecutor. In the video for 'Chaika,' produced by TV On The Radio's Dave Sitek and directed by Andrey Fenøčka and Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, the Russian trio examine the corruption surrounding Yuri Chaika and Russia's legal system, through a satirical lens.

"Yuri Chaika’s last name in Russian - "chaika" - translates to "seagull" and that’s why there are so many birds in this video. This unlucky bird became a symbol of corruption and murder in recent weeks. Mr. Chaika holds the highest law enforcement office in Russia – he’s the country’s General Prosecutor, a close ally of Putin and is supposed to be the top guy fighting evil gangs and corruption," Pussy Riot said in a statement to Spin.

"Pussy Riot demands an immediate investigation against General Prosecutor Chaika and his family, as well as against all the top officials in his office. We hope that the CHAIKA music video will help to convince people that we cannot live in a country where its top law enforcement official is the brightest symbol of corruption and murder. Pussy Riot hopes that people around the world will help us voice our outrage and turn Russia into a country where people like Chaika can no longer exist."