Electro-folk band ONUKA presented a video for the track GUMA. It's an anti-utopian story about the system and the fight against it.
The GUMA track, which is included in KOLIR's new album is dedicated to society's indifference to people with disabilities.
ONUKA seeks to demonstrate the insecurity of this segment of the population in our country with a composition based on a sound that helps blind people find the entrance to the subway at the Slavutych metro station in Kyiv.
The idea of the clip belongs to Yevhen Filatov. According to him, the video is based on classic anti-utopian plots.
Like the ZENIT and TIME music videos, GUMA was created in a creative collaboration between Nata Zhyzhchenko, Yevhen Filatov and Lesya Patoka. Yevhen and Nata are supporters of such architectural trends as Soviet constructivism and modernism. That is why the new video was shot in buildings that are classic examples of these areas, such as the National Technical University of Ukraine’s (KPI) library or the Salyut Hotel.
For the GUMA video, Lesya Patoka and her team worked in the upcycling technique again. The “Soviet minimalism” is shown in specific lines, simplicity of silhouettes, but a much wider range of colors, which is not typical of the images of the leader of the group. Everything used for creating costumes was collected at second-hand shops, flea markets and costume shops.
As it was reported earlier, three years after the release of the MOZAIKA album, ONUKA released KOLIR, the third full-length album.