Giving the video the title Ukraine We Hear You, Fripp and Willcox perform Living Colour's Cult Of Personality, presumably in "tribute" to Russian president Vladimir Putin, who ordered the invasion of Ukraine by Russian Armed Forces on February 24.
There's no nipple tape, no innuendo, no silliness, just a straight performance, as the pair perform in front of a peace and love sign painted in yellow and blue, the colours of the Ukrainian flag.
"Cult Of Personality was about celebrity, but on a political level,” Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid told Classic Rock in 2009. “It asked what made us follow these individuals who were larger than life yet still human beings.
"Aside from their social importance, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King both looked like matinee idols. That was a strong part of why their messages connected."
Elsewhere, Green Day – who were scheduled to play at Moscow's Spartak Stadium in May – have cancelled the show in the wake of the invasion, while a number of musicians have taken to social media to express their dismay at the invasion.
Queen's Brian May summed up the feelings of many when he posted (opens in new tab), "It seems unbelievable that the peaceful life of Ukraine could be so senselessly shattered in the 21st century. And it feels unbearable that the world could just watch and let it happen. We are all praying for peace for you, dear friends."