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The 'Free Pussy Riot' Video by Peaches is Extreme

By: Cody Turner - Published: • References: vimeo
On August 8, 2012, in Berlin 400 protestors got together with the band Peaches for a Free Pussy Riot Protest.

All of the footage from the protest, along with some submitted videos has been strung together to create a Free Pussy Riot music video that is pretty intense. Hundreds of people gathered together wearing bright colored cloths on their heads with the eyes and mouths cut out. Protestors are seen shouting, dancing in the streets, holding up FREE PUSSY RIOT signs, making out and taking off their clothes.

The video was sparked from the recently imprisoned members of the punk rock band Pussy Riot that were arrested for an anti-Vladimir Putin "punk prayer" concert that the band held a few days ago. Stats for Protest-Inspired Music Videos Trending: Older & Mild
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