Not only is it a catchy tune, but it's also packed with tips to making a better world.
The music video for "Feel It Still," a song by a band called Portugal. The Man, isn't exactly what it seems.
To the casual observer, it's your standard music video. But if you look deeper, it becomes a bit more obvious what it actually is: a toolkit for resistance in the age of Trump.
An interactive version of the video is on the band's website.
There, viewers are instructed to click on a series of "easter eggs" hidden throughout the video, which depicts lead singer John Gourley as a party guest who, after getting knocked out during a fight, wakes up in a junkyard filled with problems that need fixing.