Little Big released their new single “Generation Cancellation”. With this song, the group concerns the Russian war to Ukraine.
“We condemn actions of the Russian government, and Russia’s military propaganda is so disgusting for us that we decided to leave everything behind and flee the country”Ilya Prusikin, lead singer
With the release of the song, the band also announced that they moved to Los Angeles. The song is composed by Ilia Prusikin, Lyubim Khomchuk and Viktor Sibrinin.
Little Big is a four-member band that was formed in 2013.
The members are Ilya “Ilich” Prusikin, Sergey “Gokk” Makarov, Anton “Boo” Lissov and Sonya Tayurskaya. Their first video was released in 2013, whilst in 2014 they released studio album “With Russia from Love”. Since their debut, they have released 4 albums, 3 EPs and 15 singles. The band’s success doesn’t limit inside the Russian borders. Is noteworthy that less than half of their YouTube’s views are from Russian.
In 2020, they were internally selected to represent their country in ESC. Their entry “Uno” was composed by Denis Tsukerman, Ilia Prusikin and Viktor Sibrinin and entered in the charts of many countries. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the contest was cancelled and the band never performed on the Eurovision stage.
Source of statement: www.rferl.org
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