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Listen to Eurovision winners Kalush Orchestra’s first English-language track ‘Changes’

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Eurovision 2022 winners Kalush Orchestra have shared their first English-language track, ‘Changes’ – scroll down the page to listen to it now.The Ukrainian band were victorious with their song ‘Stefania’ in last year’s Song Contest, which was held in Italy.“Pray to the gods of good and evil / Make them hear my demands,” Kalush Orchestra sing in the chorus. “Break the curse and threaded the needle / Gripped between my hands.”“This is a song about our home – where we live and how we have learned to protect it,” band leader Oleh Psiuk said in a press release. “We continue to live even when danger looms over us.

The house may change with us, but what is really important and native to our traditions always remains.”In the accompanying music video’s YouTube description, the band referred more explicitly to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “This video is a story about our Home, which has changed forever because it has seen grief and pain,” they wrote. “When the enemy comes, everyone defends their home as best they can.

And we continue to live despite the danger.”The video was filmed in Poland and takes place in a traditional house, with the members of Kalush Orchestra playing fairytale characters.

Piper Tymofii Muzychuk turns into the Carpathian Molfar – an entity with supernatural powers – while KilimWoman makes her debut with the band.Director Leonid Kolosovsky explained: “This is a story about the magical characters of the Kalush Orchestra family.

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