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Pink Floyd frontman sings for fallen Ukrainian protesters in London (VIDEO)

Pink Floyd frontman sings for fallen Ukrainian protesters in London (VIDEO)David Gilmour presented song dedicated to Ukraine's 'Heavenly Hundred' alongside Ukrainian musicians.

On October 18, London hosted ‘I'm with The Banned' - a concert of solidarity featuring artists from around the world, who performed in support of freedom of creative expression and against injustice.

David Gilmour, frontman of legendary band Pink Floyd, together with Ukrainian musicians, presented a song dedicated to the 'Heavenly Hundred,' (the term used to describe those who died during the Ukrainian pro-democracy protests that took place in central Kyiv in winter 2013-2014), reports Telekritika.



Apart from Gilmour, the concert featured Pussy Riot, Brutto, Ukrainian group Boombox, as well as specially invited guests – Kim Cattrall, Jeremy Irons, Neil Tennant, Juliet Stevenson and Victoria Modesto.

In May, 2014, Pink Floyd released the music video 'Marooned', which was filmed in the Ukrainian city of Pripyat, near Chornobyl Power Station. The track became a part of the re-issued 'The Division Bell', the last album produced by Pink Floyd in 1994.



Source: Ukraine Today
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