Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour to Russian Soldiers: “Stop Killing Your Brothers”


Former Red Floyd guitarist and vocalist David Gilmour is looking Russian infantrymen to stop hearth and forestall wearing out President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

“Russian infantrymen, forestall killing your brothers,” wrote Gilmour on social media. “There will probably be no winners on this battle.”

He added, “My daughter-in-law is Ukrainian and my granddaughters wish to talk over with and know their gorgeous nation. Forestall this ahead of it’s all destroyed. Putin should cross.”

In his put up, Gilmour additionally integrated the lyric video to the track “In Any Tongue,” off his 2015 solo album Rattle That Lock, which incorporates anti-war lyrics written through Gilmour’s spouse, author Polly Sampson: How was once I to really feel it when a gun was once in my palms / And I’d waited for see you later,” Gilmour sings at the monitor. “How was once I to look immediately within the mud and blinding solar / Only a pair of trainers at the floor.

Following the invasion of Ukraine, which started on Feb. 24, dozens of artists, together with Elton John, Stevie Nicks, Cher, Madonna, Miley Cyrus, Foals, and extra have voiced their disdain over Putin’s invasion and improve for the Ukrainian folks.

Ukrainian artists Bloom Twins, Khrystyna Soloviy and Jinjer have additionally spoken in opposition to the assault, along with Russian artists like Valery Meladze and Russian punk activists Pussy Rebel, who created NFTs to assist the folks of Ukraine.

Nick Cave, Iggy Pop, Inexperienced Day, Franz Ferdinand, Yungblud, and Louis Tomlinson have already cancelled upcoming live shows in Russia.

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