“Trains will fly from Kyiv to Poland”: Zemfira released a mini-album “From Luka”
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The new album consists of four tracks. The Russian performer sings about war, the threat of a nuclear explosion, separation and love.
On the night of October 7-8, Russian singer Zemfira released a new mini-album called Zemfira ot Luka. This was reported on the Russian singer's Instagram.
The album includes four songs -– “II”, “Time does not spare”, “Aperol”, “My friend”.
Compositions in The album is devoted to the theme of war, the threat of a nuclear explosion, love, death and parting.
In the song “Aperol” Zemfira sings:
“trains will fly away
from Kyiv to Poland
I will stay smoking on the platform”.
The song “My friend” ends with the phrase “my friend went crazy and shot himself”.
The song “II” contains the following lines:
“the cities are burning non-stop
everyone is afraid of the red button
The singer worked on the mini-album together with her nephew Artur Ramazanov-Ostapenko.
As fans write in social networks, the name of the album “Zemfira ot Luka” can be read in different ways. Firstly, there is a reference to the Bible (the Gospel of Luke is the third book of the New Testament, one of the four canonical Gospels), and secondly, Luke is the nickname of Arthur himself.
In 2013, Zemfira, together with her twin nephews Arthur and Artem Ramazanov-Ostapenko, created the group The Uchpochmack. Even then, Arthur used the pseudonym “Luka”.
The new album was released before the singer's tour of Europe, which will begin on October 9 with a performance in Limassol, Cyprus.