British rockers Suede have released the video for the song Life Is Golden. The film was shot in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. The video appeared on the official Youtube channel of the team.
“The issue here is not about the tragedy of a catastrophe that occurred many years ago. We are talking about the irresistible force of life that has absorbed people instead of territory,” – commented on his music video directed by Mike Christie.
Song Life Is Golden will enter eighth Studio album, which is called The Blue Hour. The release is scheduled for September 21. Suede previously released two other songs from this album The Invisibles and Don’t Be Afraid If Nobody Loves You.
Group Suede was founded in London in 1989. It is part of the “big four” of BritPop on a par with Oasis, Blur and Pulp.
We will remind, earlier in the Chernobyl zone was shooting a clip the other British group Pink Floyd. Also in the exclusion Zone was created home movie “Brahma” by Vladimir Pacific, which is in theaters now. Today, August 16, this painting was selected among the contenders for the nomination on “Oscar-2019”.