Right now, the Swedish rock band Ghost is on a European tour: Luxembourg, Germany, England, Sweden, Poland, Holland, France, Spain and other countries.
On June 6, at a concert in Berlin, a girl from the crowd passed the flag of Ukraine to the stage, and guitarist Phantom accepted it, thanking her with an air kiss. The flag also had an inscription, but its content is unknown.
"Therefore, it comes as a shock to us that something as barbaric and old-school as war and the threat of war and the threat of authoritarianism and Biblical wrath or pandemics… it actually comes every now and then, as they’ve always done, as they always will. The circularity I’ve been trying to talk about just happens to coincide now with what eventually will fall… the empire (Russia) that will fall because of this, I think, and hope," Tobias Forge, Ghost's vocalist.
Previously, the flags of Ukraine were received from the crowd and raised above the stage by other media personalities: Imagine Dragons, Billie Eilish, Metallica, Pink Floyd, Benedict Cumberbatch and others.