Sergei Mikhalok and BRUTTO will play "Partizan rock" in Uzhgorod (Announcement)

14 May 2015 15:00  4998895 099901
Sergei Mikhalok and BRUTTO will play "Partizan rock" in Uzhgorod (Announcement)

On May 21, Sergei Mikhalok and the band BRUTTO will play a concert in Uzhgorod club "Phantom". The event starts at 19.00.

Tickets can be purchased online:

The big Ukrainian tour of BRUTTO - new revolutionary band of Sergei Mikhalok (ex-Lapis Troubetzkoy) - continues.  They have already visited more than 25 cities with sold out shows where the audience knew all songs by heart and sang along in Russian, Belarusian and English.

Sergei Mikhalok is the leader of the group "Lyapis Troubetzkoy", which disbanded in summer of 2014. On September 1st, there was the presentation of reincarnated Mikhalok's new band - BRUTTO.

It is an explosive, irrepressible and unstoppable energy. You can become a witness and a part of it at new concerts in May.

BRUTTO is a logical and direct continuation the easily recognizable style of "Lyapis Troubetzkoy" in recent years. Their style is a masculine and furious, brave and audacious punk, sharp, relevant, inspiring and free of any restrictions. The performance of the band is more than just a concert. It is a fight against laziness, strengthening of self-confidence and freedom from internal bonds.

Sergei Mikhalok: "My songs were played on the barricades and hopefully made a contribution, however little, to the victory! Many Belarusians were there with me. And some of them died for the freedom of Ukrainian brothers!

Now, mighty guys from BRUTTO are with me! We have come to Ukraine, and will help Maidan to defend its ideals with words and, if necessary, in deeds! Be brave and spring will come! We will win!"

Sergei Mikhalok and BRUTTO will play "Partizan rock" in Uzhgorod (Announcement) (21-05 Ужгород)
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