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Pussy Riot Reveal New Single Bad Apples

Thursday, 08 March 2018 Written by Helen Payne

Pussy Riot have revealed a new single.

Bad Apples was first aired at a Los Angeles show in December, while the studio version features production by TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek. The track arrives after the group kicked off their North American tour earlier this week, while its video is the work of director Matt Creed.

It's the first material from the group since Police State back in November. Check it out below.

Pussy Riot Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu March 08 2018 - CHICAGO Illinois - Beat Kitchen (USA)
Sat March 10 2018 - SAINT PAUL Minnesota - Turf Club (USA)
Sun March 18 2018 - MEXICO CITY MX - Vive Latino (USA)
Tue March 20 2018 - PORTLAND Oregon - Doug Fir Lounge (USA)
Wed March 21 2018 - PORTLAND Oregon - Doug Fir Lounge (USA)
Thu March 22 2018 - SEATTLE Washington - Chop Suey (USA)
Fri March 23 2018 - SEATTLE Washington - Vera Project (USA)
Sun March 25 2018 - VANCOUVER British Columbia - Rickshaw Theatre (Canada)
Tue March 27 2018 - SANTA CRUZ California - Live in the Atrium at The Catalyst (USA)
Wed March 28 2018 - SAN FRANCISCO California - Rickshaw Stop (USA)
Sat March 31 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Echo (USA)
Sun April 01 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Echo (USA)
Mon April 02 2018 - LOS ANGELES California - Echo (USA)

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