Last night, Yoko Ono and son Sean Lennon took to the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon stage to announce the launch of Artists Against Fracking, a collective of musicians and other celebrities like Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Leonardo DiCaprio who are lobbying against fracking in New York State. Their first talk show together, Ono and the totally adorable Lennon discussed the importance of protecting the environment from the potential dangers of hydrofracking. Along with Fallon, they also performed their new Bob Dylan spoofing anti-fracking protest song, "Don't Frack My Mother."

Artists Against Fracking officially went live at 9 p.m. last night, and according to the its website, aims "for the world to embrace sustainable living and develop renewable energies through economically-viable alternatives to fossil fuel." The group plans to work alongside similar anti-fracking organizations like Food & Water Watch and New Yorkers Against Fracking.