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Dakh Daughters

Dakh Daughters

Dakh Daughters


Dakh Daughters is a Ukrainian music and theater project started in 2012 in Kyiv. The band consists of seven women, who play on various instruments and sing in different languages and dialects. They often use texts by famous authors in their lyrics (e.g. Taras Shevchenko, William Shakespeare, Serhiy Zhadan, Joseph Brodsky, Mykhaylo Semenko, Charles Bukowski). Dakh Daughters participants are members of different projects such as DakhaBrakha and Perkalaba. The band's name derives from the Dakh theater which is associated with the project. Read more on Last.fm
Dakh Daughters is a Ukrainian music and theater project started in 2012 in Kyiv. The band consists of seven women, who play on various instruments and sing in different languages and dialects. They often use texts by famous authors in their lyrics (e.g. Taras Shevchenko, William Shakespeare, Serhiy Zhadan, Joseph Brodsky, Mykhaylo Semenko, Charles Bukowski). Dakh Daughters participants are members of different projects such as DakhaBrakha and Perkalaba.

The band's name derives from the Dakh theater which is associated with the project. The band got famous after publishing video for the song Rozy/Donbass containing Shakespeare's Sonnet 35 and Ukrainian folk songs. Another popular Dakh Daughters clip is video of their live performance on Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv during the early Euromaidan protests in December 2013. The first band's studio album If containing 9 tracks was released in November 2016. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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