“Florence + The Machine” Sells Its Creative Legacy to Help Ukrainian Children

by Olha Povaliaieva
Saturday, September 10, 2022
“Florence + The Machine” Sells Its Creative Legacy to Help Ukrainian Children

The British band is selling a photo album from the filming of their videos in pre-war Kyiv

The band filmed videos for their album Dance Fever in November 2021. There were 3 clips in total, each of which was filmed in Kyiv by the Ukrainian production group Radioaktive Film. During filming, the producer of Florence + The Machine, Gilber Ttrejo, took a series of photos from backstage and in the capital of Ukraine itself, which were made into an album called Lace Monsters Zine — A fairytale in four dreams. The design and artwork of the album were also done by the Ukrainian company — Thunderwing. In the album, you can also find photos of famous Kyiv locations: the red building of the Taras Shevchenko National university of Kyiv and the Kyiv crematorium in the style of constructivism.

To help Ukrainian children who suffered from the war, Florence + The Machine put the album up for sale.

"The FATM proceeds from the sale of this zine will be donated to the charitable foundation Future for Ukraine," Florence + The Machine.

Future for Ukraine is a Ukrainian charitable organization that helps medical institutions treat children affected by the war.

We remind you that Richard Gere sold his unique Jaguar to help Ukraine. 

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