Sean Lennon and Yoko Ono have recruited a number of celebrity friends for their latest entry in their Artists Against Fracking campaign. On top of putting up billboards, presenting petitions and running a TV ad the pair have rounded up celebrities including Liv Tyler, Susan Sarandon, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and SNL‘s/Portlandia’s Fred Armisen and created this feel good video that is for a good cause. The song and campaign’s purpose is to persuade New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo not to allow gas companies to use hydraulic fracturing in New York. The video features shots of Lennon, Ono and actors and musicians as well as statistics about fracking. As Lennon pleads, “Please, don’t frack my mother”, Ono throws in, “Don’t frack me!”. The video was directed by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Maximilla Lukacs and Tennessee Thomas, watch it below.
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