Pink Floyd members reunite to record song for Ukraine

LONDON Pink Floyd is delivering its first new music in very nearly thirty years to fund-raise for individuals of Ukraine, the band reported Thursday. “Hello Hey Rise Up” highlights Pink Floyd individuals David Gilmour and Nick Mason, with vocals from Ukrainian artist Andriy Khlyvnyuk of the band BoomBox. Roger Waters, who left the band during the 1980s, isn’t involved.메이저놀이터

The track highlights Khlyvnyuk singing an enthusiastic Ukrainian tune from a clasp he kept before Kyiv’s St. Sophia Cathedral and posted via online entertainment.

Gilmour said he addressed Khlyvnyuk, who was recuperating in a medical clinic from a mortar shrapnel injury, while he was composing the melody. He said: “I played him a smidgen of the melody down the telephone line and he gave me his approval. We both desire to accomplish something together face to face from now on.”

“We need to communicate our help for Ukraine, and in that way show that the greater part of the world thinks that it is thoroughly off-base for a superpower to attack the autonomous majority rule country that Ukraine has become,” Gilmour said.

Pink Floyd was established in London during the 1960s and helped manufacture the U.K. hallucinogenic scene prior to delivering compelling 1970s collections including “The Dark Side of the Moon,” “Wish You Were Here” and “The Wall.”

Unique part Waters quit in 1985, and the excess individuals from Pink Floyd last recorded together for the 1994 collection “The Division Bell.” After console player Richard Wright passed on in 2008, Gilmour said he questioned Pink Floyd would perform together once more.

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