Ukraine

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Video update & Ukrainian Folk


(en français plus bas)

A quick post to let you know that we’ll need a bit more time to get through the editing of the video for O Redek War ar Roz, about one more week (7 or 8 of June), that we are amazed by the footage we received from many of you, (we already said that, but the more we look at the videos, the more we think it!) and also that it will worth be waiting a bit longer!


We’re telling you more in this video (with bonus Ukrainian folk songs and music by some friends)

Ukrainian folk and British pop in Breton

Un petit mot rapide pour vous dire qu’on décale le final de O Redek War ar Roz d’une bonne semaine (7 ou 8 juin), que les playback que l’on a reçus sont géniaux (on l’a déjà dit, mais on le pense de plus en plus!), et que ça vaudra vraiment la peine d’attendre 🙂 


C‘est l’info principale, les détails sont en vidéo ici (en bonus il y a de la musique traditionnelle ukrainienne): 

trad ukrainien et pop british en breton


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Where are we at ? About creativity and new projects.


Today, and because it’s been a long time, 2 videos, one in English, on in French, both with a big up-date, and some clues about next project that we’re about to release in its first phase… tomorrow!

Aujourd’hui, et parce que ça fait un bout de temps, 2 vidéos, une en français, une en anglais, mais toutes les deux avec plein de nouvelles, et des indices de notre prochain projet dont la première phase débute… demain!

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Kiev Tour… we love Ukraine!


Can we say in a couple of words that playing in Kiev last week was an impressive and life changing experience? The type of experiences that opens your eyes to many new horizons and worlds. What made it different? Maybe the fact that neither us, neither the audiences had any fixed expectations, apart from being part of something?

We had to forget about many things we are used to: schedules, legal authorisations, … Yep, we even played outdoors without any real authorisation (because anyway, there isn’t any “authority” one could get a valid authorisation from… kind of), police came at the end of the Friday’s and Saturday’s concerts because of noise, and no need to mention that the first time we were quite … scared? Oh yes… Organisers/promoters dealt with them while we were packing. But before that… we had awesome times! Great energy on stage!

We feel we are so lucky in western Europe to have peace, freedom and clear rights and obligations… do we really make the best of it?

§ Simone