The controversial Russian feminist band, Pussy Riot, became famous worldwide for its outspoken views on oppression and religion in their own country - eventually landing a few members in jail after what was considered an offensive performance in a Moscow cathedral

The band had never released an English song before today - and they are not holding back in this language either. The video for the song 'I Can't Breathe' is eerie enough, but the words take the cake. The chorus says "It's getting dark, New York City. I need to catch my breath. As the video rolls, the girls are lying in a grave, being buried alive. See the full video below.

It's an ode to the death of Eric Garner at the hands of the NYPD on July 17, 2014. Garner, a black man, was held down and put into a chokehold by multiple officers, while repeatedly yelling "I can't breathe." Garner, who was being arrested for allegedly selling loose cigarettes, died while on the ground in handcuffs. 

The whole incident was recorded by citizens and sparked a huge controversy in New York and - along with other controversial deaths of black men at the hands of police officers in other states - nationwide.