A Ukrainian music group broadcast their performances live from a bomb shelter. Selo i Ludy is a Ukrainian rock band who broadcast their performances live from their studio, which they currently use as a bomb shelter.
This Ukrainian music group broadcasts live performances from a bomb shelter on YouTube. (Image courtesy: YouTube)
As Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine entered the 16th day, more than two million people have fled the country, while several cities are under siege. Very disturbing and heartbreaking images and videos are coming from the war-torn country. Amidst these grim visuals shared online is this Ukrainian music group streaming their performances live from the bomb shelter. Their videos have gone viral on social media.
Selo i Ludy is a Ukrainian rock band who broadcast their performances live from their studio, which they currently use as a bomb shelter. Conductor Alex’s house was destroyed during the invasion. Since then, he and his band mates have moved to the bomb shelter.
See some of their videos here:
Fans and subscribers took to the comments section of these videos to champion their cause and praised their spirit for carrying on even in difficult times. “You are my favorite band. Even though I’m completely illiterate in Ukrainian, I follow you on Facebook. I wish you all to be safe. I support Ukraine,” one user wrote,
See some comments below:
Meanwhile, the United Nations Security Council is calling a meeting on Friday, March 11 to discuss Russia’s allegations against the United States and Ukraine. Russia alleged that Ukraine, with the help of the United States, ran secret chemical and biological laboratories to develop weapons.
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