It’s been over a year since Pakistanis have had to go without YouTube or resort to proxy servers and VPN services to use the site. The world’s most popular video-sharing site has been banned in the country since September 2012 after an anti-Islam film on YouTube, “Innocence of Muslims” sparked protests in many parts of the world.

There has been steady resistance since. This time, unhappy Pakistanis registered their protest in a music video.