The track, ‘1312’, follows a recent ‘manifesto against police violence’ co-written by feminists from Mexico, Chile, and Russia
The band and activist group Pussy Riot have shared a new song with the Argentinian artists Parcas, Dillom, and Muerejoven. Titled “1312” (a numerical representation of “ACAB”) the track confronts police brutality worldwide. “This is our demand to see the day when the pigs, the filth, the feds are named without disgust: protectors of the people,” the group said in an accompanying statement.
The heavy-hitting song also follows a “Manifesto Against Police Violence” by Pussy Riot and the Chilean feminist collective Lastesis, published on YouTube on May 28. The manifesto is also available to read in a Medium post by the band.