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Onuka presents her first duet single Uyavy which she recorded with DakhaBrakha

Source : 112 Ukraine

The song will enter the singer’s upcoming album KOLIR
16:10, 4 June 2021

Onuka's performance at Atlas Weekend 2019
Anna Balanyuk/112.ua

Ukrainian singer and electronic music performer Onuka released a joint track with DakhaBrakha band Uyavy. The single will be included in the third full-length album of Nata Zhyzhchenko's project. The album KOLIR will be released on June 18.

For Onuka frontwoman Nata Zhyzhchenko, this song became the first duet in eight years of the project's existence. “Honestly, I don't really like duets as such. I like when an artists work in their own way, and in a duet, someone often loses identity. But I really like our track with DakhaBrakha band. Marko sings about everyday routine, the girls - about unhappy love, and my message is about a world in without troubles. Everything goes in a circle, and no matter what the problems are, a new day will come tomorrow,” Zhyzhchenko commented on her work.

In her turn, DakhaBrakha’s Nina Garenetska also noted that the band rarely records duets with anyone, but the musicians could not refuse the offer to work with Onuka. “Yevhen Filatov is a magician of sounds, so he worked diligently with them on the cohesive sound of the track. We joined vocally, singing in several voices the vesnyanka (spring song) The Magpie Walks, all sorts of vocalization, chants and proverbs. We are glad that in such a difficult for humanity period we had time for joint creativity,” she said.

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The album KOLIR with the song Uyavy will consist of 10 tracks in total. The musicians promise that this record will include many things that they did in their work for the first time.

Earlier, it was reported that Go-A's song Shum became the first Ukrainian-language track on the Billboard chart.

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