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Pink Floyd Reunites to Release Protest Song for Ukraine Humanitarian Relief

Pink Floyd Reunites, to Release Protest Song, for Ukraine Humanitarian Relief.
Pink Floyd Reunites, to Release Protest Song, for Ukraine Humanitarian Relief.
BBC reports that Pink Floyd has recorded new material for the first time in 28 years, reuniting to create a protest song against the war in Ukraine.
BBC reports that Pink Floyd has recorded new material for the first time in 28 years, reuniting to create a protest song against the war in Ukraine.
The new song, titled "Hey Hey, Rise Up!," features David Gilmour and Nick Mason alongside bassist
Guy Pratt and keyboardist Nitin Sawhney.
The new song, titled "Hey Hey, Rise Up!," features David Gilmour and Nick Mason alongside bassist
Guy Pratt and keyboardist Nitin Sawhney.
BBC reports that the new
song uses a refrain from the
Ukrainian band Boombox.
According to Gilmour,
the protest song is meant to express , "anger at a superpower
invading a peaceful nation.".
The band also hopes the song
can be a morale boost for the people
of Ukraine and a broader call "for peace.".
BBC reports that work on the song began just weeks ago after Gilmour first saw the Instagram feed of Boombox's lead singer, Andriy Khlyvnyuk.
BBC reports that work on the song began just weeks ago after Gilmour first saw the Instagram feed of Boombox's lead singer, Andriy Khlyvnyuk.
In the video, Khlyvnyuk sang
"The Red Viburnum In The Meadow,"
a protest song from the first world war.
BBC reports that the song has
become a rallying cry in Ukraine
over the last six weeks.
After seeing the video, Gilmour sought
Khlyvnyuk's blessing to use the song as
the foundation for his own protest song. .
Pink Floyd released
the song on April 8.
All proceeds from the song
will go toward humanitarian
relief in Ukraine
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