Russian punk band Pussy Riot has released a new music video criticising the country’s criminal justice system.

The band were jailed in 2012 for performances protesting against Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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The new video pokes fun at Russian patriotism, the criminal justice system, Vladimir Putin and organised religion.

Lead singer Nadya Tolokonnikova has said she does not think about being sent back to prison.

The song, titled ‘CHAIKA’, mocks Russian prosecutor general Yury Chaika, and the blue uniforms the band wear mirror his uniform.

The video also shows Tolokonnikova grinding up against a portrait of Putin.

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“If you want to take care of your earthly goods, son, then be true to Putin to the end,” the lyrics say.

Pussy Riot previously called for a boycott of the Sochi Winter Olympics in protest against Russia’s anti-gay law.

Two members of the group were arrested during the Games in February 2014.

In August 2012, Maria Alyokhina, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Yekaterina Samutsevich, were jailed for two years for staging an anti-Vladimir Putin protest, with a song that mentioned the country’s persecuted LGBT citizens in a Moscow cathedral.

Their imprisonment sparked widespread international condemnation.

Check out the video below, with English subtitles: