Massive Attack just headlined the first day of this year’s British Summer Time festival at London’s Hyde Park. During their set, as The Telegraph reports, they lamented last week’s Brexit vote by playing their 1994 song “Eurochild” live for the first time in 18 years. “We didn’t expect to be singing this 20 years later as a requiem,” 3D said before the performance. “As sons of immigrants, we are both very disappointed with the situation. We can’t allow ourselves to fall victim to the populist bullshit going on at the moment. We can’t let the bigots and racists back into this situation. It’s bullshit.” Early Massive Attack collaborator and fellow trip-hop pioneer Tricky also joined them onstage for the second time ever (following a recent show in Berlin) to perform “Take It There.” Watch both peformances below.