London: [UK]April 8 (ANI). The British rock band Pink Floyd has released a song in defense of Ukraine under the band “Hey Hey Rise Up”.
The newly released song features the vocals of Ukrainian singer Andrei Khlivnyuk from his video, who sings a folk song in the capital Ki, which became the unofficial anthem during the Ukraine-Russia war.
It is reported that the proceeds of the song will be directed to humanitarian aid.
The lead vocalist of the song is not David Gilmour, but a Ukrainian singer, whose capella vocal from the veteran band’s Instagram post was exposed to music.
“We, like many others, have felt the rage and frustration over the invasion of an independent, peaceful democracy and this vile act by one of the world’s great powers to kill its own people,” Pink Floyd CEO David Gilmour tweeted.
The music for the new song was recorded on March 30 by longtime members Gilmour և Nick Mason, along with longtime bassist Guy Pratt’s keyboardist Nitin Sonny, Variety reports.
The vocalist vaccinated in the new Pink Floyd track is Andrei Khlivnyuk from the Ukrainian band Boombox.
They are taken from an Instagram video he posted five weeks ago, in which he sings the World War I-era Ukrainian protest song “The Red Viburnum In The Meadow”, which he saw as a rebirth as a protest against the Russian war against Ukraine. .
The last line of the song translates as “Hey, get up and be happy.” According to Variety, the music video is also on the way, which was also shot on March 30, directed by Matt Whitecross, while the players were still gathered for the concert. recording session. (ANI)
Pink Floyd has released a song in defense of Ukraine
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