And some background, and the translated lyrics.
"As the band explains, the women in the video are 'styled to over-articulate their ethnic background, in a manner more typically employed by Western media to victimize them. This seeks to disturb the dominant global narrative of hyper-secularized (white) feminism, which increasingly positions itself as incompatible with Islam and the Arab world, celebrating the various modalities of Middle Eastern feminism.'"
Jordan authorities like to make a fuss when they're trying to perform. It's a band most of my queer and/or liberal friends from the Middle East love. I personally don't actively listen to it, except for a few songs, but I like to check the news every once in a while, to see what they're up to.