Pussy Riot "Refugees In"

Pussy Riot in the video for "Refugees In"

Vianney Le Caer for Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot have released a new song and video, "Refugee In," addressing the European refugee crisis spurred in large part from the displacement that Isis has spurred in Syria, Iraq and Turkey. Filmed inside Banksy's Dismaland -- the artist's "Bemusement Park" exhibition that was situated on the oceanfront of Somerset in the U.K. for a month, between Aug. 21 and Sep. 27 of this year -- "Refugee In" sees the group intoning over a plodding beat: "Desperate people who need to flee / Seeking refuge by land and sea / Push for borders, get no peace."

"We face a new challenge, a new injustice to fight: the refugee crisis, which has become the defining issue of our generation," writes member Nadia Tolokonnikova in an op-ed for The Guardian.

The activist and singer predicts, as most pundits are, that the isolationism supported by conservative politicians like Marine Le Pen will only increase following the attacks last Friday (Nov. 13) in Paris, and that turning away those seeking to escape embroiled situations in their home countries will only bolster the cause of extremist organizations. Tolokonnikova says Pussy Riot will next head to the northern French city of Calais, which has drawn refugees seeking to cross the channel from France to the U.K. for many years, to build shelters for the displaced.

"This crisis is not something to be afraid of, it is an opportunity to remind ourselves what humanity is capable of," she writes.