Max Barskykh presents a sensual track-dedication

dedication track

Max Barskykh presents a sensual track-dedication

On the anniversary of his invincibility, Max Barskykh presents a sensual dedication track “Mom, Don’t Cry”.

“Mom, Don’t Cry” became the sixth single from Barsky’s music diary, which he has been keeping since the third day of the full-scale invasion. The track is dedicated to all mothers who are waiting for their defenders to return. 

Each of Max’s previous singles, namely: “There Will Be Spring”, “DFWU”, “Wait for Me”, “Ukraine” or “Rhyme”, reflect a different palette of feelings that almost every Ukrainian has experienced over the past year: from full awareness of the tragedy and emotional abyss to absolute unity and faith in victory.

This time, Barskih addresses his mother with the words, “Mom, don’t cry, I’ll be back. Everything will be fine, I believe in something. Mom, wait, and tell everyone that we will not give up our home to anyone…”, emphasizing the strength of spirit, power and indomitability of the Ukrainian military despite the brutal trials at the front.

“The war is reaching a new level as Ukraine has been living in a fierce confrontation with the enemy for a year now. Right now, I would like to once again address every Ukrainian with words of support. Despite the psychological fatigue and getting used to constant air raids and rocket attacks, we must gather our strength, keeping a psychological defense with faith in our defenders. I really hope that this song will help the listeners in difficult times and give them the strength not to lose heart. Because I sincerely believe in our victory and that spring is near,” Barskykh comments on the premiere.

Also on February 24, Max Barskih will be a guest of the Stay Together charity concert in support of Ukraine in Poland (Jasionka), where he will perform “Mom, Don’t Cry” live for the first time and the song that became a symbol of popular resistance, “There Will Be Spring.”

The single is now available for download on all digital platforms.

Photo: press service

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