Little Big condemned the Russian war in Ukraine and emigrated to Los Angeles

Little Big condemned the Russian war in Ukraine and emigrated to Los Angeles

Russian punk-rave band Little Big released a video for the song Generation Cancellation, in which criticized the propaganda and policy of the Russian Federation, and also condemned the actions of the authorities that unleashed a war in Ukraine. The members of the team said that they left the Russian Federation and are now in Los Angeles.

– We love our country, but we completely disagree with the war in Ukraine, moreover, we believe that any war is unacceptable. We condemn the actions of the Russian government, and we are so disgusted by the Russian military propaganda machine that we decided to drop everything and leave the country, – quotes the leader of the group Ilya Prusikin Meduza.

Little Big also left a comment under the video on social networks in support of Ukraine. “The war is not over. Stop the war in Ukraine. Stop the wars all over the world. Nobody deserves war,” the musicians said.

In 2020, the band was supposed to represent Russia at Eurovision with the song 'UNO' in Netherlands, but the competition was canceled due to the coronavirus. On the Eurovision youtube channel, the track has received more than 243 million views. In 2021, Little Big refused to go to the competition, and the singer Manizha performed in Rotterdam.

Little Big condemned the Russian war in Ukraine and emigrated to Los Angeles

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