Music. River. Love: On September 2, SunSay will perform at the South Coast with a romantic solo album
Andriy Zaporozhets has been creating a third of his life in the SunSay project. And every year on this trip is completely different: recording an album in Bali, collaborating with Ivan Dorn, Alina Orlova and John Forte, a concert for the Dalai Lama himself, and then a passion for retro music in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic.
On September 2, SunSay invites you to immerse yourself in the amazing vibrations of love and kindness to the rhythms of already familiar songs.
"I only express what is inside me: everything that worries me. Experiencing some passion, something beautiful. This may be due to world events. With revolutions, wars. Something that touches you touches you. Some negative moments can also inspire. Life itself is inspiring. We live it, and it is reflected in our work, ”Zaporozhets describes his music.
For the first, after many months, meeting alone, it is better not to find a place. There, on the banks of the Dnieper, overlooking the green hills of the Ukrainian capital, in the rays of the setting sun, SunSay is preparing to meet the radiant faces of fans. After all, what could be more impressive than singing your favorite "Be Weaker", Wind Song and "Diver" in such a warm atmosphere?
This meeting will be special not only for the artist, but also for the listener. After all, no matter how much SunSay changes, love remains the unchanging principle of the band.