Don't f*ck with my money -- a pretty good tagline for Occupy Wall Street.
Penguin Prison seems to think so, too. In their new video for their song, "Don't F*ck With My Money," the band performs amidst hundreds of sign-wielding protesters wearing masks and walking about, and otherwise doing exactly what they've been doing for the past few weeks.
They're not the only ones -- Amanda Palmer and husband, writer Neil Gaiman, have been on a country-wide tour visiting the Occupy movements. Her entry to the field is another black-and-white video with scenes from the protests, set to a ukelele cover of the song "The World Turned Upside Down" (another good tagline for these protests). The Palmer video focuses more explicitly on scuffles between protesters and police.
With high-profile musicians like Neutral Milk Hotel and Crosby and Nash all visiting Zuccotti Park to lend their voices, literally, to the movement, expect to see many more videos like these.
Watch the Penguin Prison video below:
Watch Amanda Palmer's video below: