🇷🇺 There’s something we keep for a while, something precious that doesn’t belong to us. We got it from somebody else, or from the nature possibly. It’s Amanat.
Juna hails from Kazan, Russia. Along with instruments usually presented in a rock band, as guitar, bass and drums, you can spot a variety of other voices on stage. Violin, banjo, or ukulele, which one fits the composition best. Or flutes, kajon and selected percussion. This orchestra creates really spectacular shows.
The songs are sung in Tatar language, as the lyrics are written by modern Tatar poets. That’s something unique for a genre, thanks to the alliance of so varied elements. Gathered together, they make Juna’s sound touching and voluminous, interacting with each listener and exh soul.
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