British rock band Suede made public a video for the song Life Is Golden which was made in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. The video was published on the band’s official Youtube channel.
“It is not about a tragedy of a disaster which happened many years ago. It is about superior power of life which absorbed the territory deprived of human,” Mike Christie, the producer, commented on the video.
The song Life Is Golden will be included in the 8th studio album of the band called The Blue Hour. The release is expected on September 21. Earlier, Suede released two songs from this record - The Invisibles and Don’t Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You.
Suede band was created in 1989 in London. It is among a “great four” of British pop music along with Oasis, Blur and Pulp.
Earlier, another British band Pink Floyd filmed a video in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. Additionally, Brama directed by Volodymyr Tykhiy was shot there. On August 16, this film was included in the list of Ukrainian movies for Oscar 2019 nomination.