Shortparis, the Russian experimental group formed in Saint Petersburg in 2012 and long term favourites of Louder Than War have released a new video to their anti Russian-Ukraine war track – Apple Garden with the ‘Choir of Veterans F. M. Kozlova’ who fought against the Nazis in the second world war, “believing it to be the last!”. It was filmed 3 days into the war.
as one commentator wrote in the comments of the video “(it’s) about the horror of cruelty, with which we can do nothing, about terrible sorrow”.
We understand that Shortparis’ lead singer Nikolai Komiagin got arrested at a protest a couple of days ago and ended up in prison for a day.
Watch this incredibly moving video here!