The fans enthusiastically accepted the new sound of their favorite song and appreciated the revival of the “golden” line-up of the group.
Yesterday on Youtube the premiere of the clip of the popular Ukrainian group “Quest Pistols” took place, which translated the cult hit “I’m your drug” into Ukrainian.
The musical and dance group Quest Pistols, which debuted in 2007 on the Chance TV project, has repeatedly changed its star lineup, and has joined forces since 2022 to help the Ukrainian army. The musicians updated the track and translated the famous hit “I’m your drug” into Ukrainian.
The new version with the title “I’m your drug” was also presented with a new video sequence. Unlike the old clip from almost 13 years ago, an animated video created using 3D graphics appeared on the band’s YouTube channel.
The plot of the cartoon repeats the plot of the clip with the same musicians who were in the original line-up of the group during the days of the first premiere of the popular song.
“I’m your drug” is a reflection of crazy love. Feelings that blows the roof and destroys all obstacles. Love is the force that guides every Ukrainian. Love inspires and leads us to victory. We invite you to immerse yourself in the alternative universe of Quest Pistols and feel the energy that the group shares with everyone,” the musicians wrote in the description of the new video.
Recall that the original version of the cult hit was presented on the YouTube platform on April 1, 2010. The song quickly gained popularity among Ukrainian listeners, so in the comments under the new video, the band’s fans expressed great joy at the transition to a new format and the return of the “classic line-up” of the participants.
At the end of May 2022, former members of the group Anton Savlepov, Konstantin Borovsky and Nikita Goryuk announced that they would unite as part of a charity tour around Europe to help Ukraine.
In August 2021, Focus wrote that Ukrainian singer Anton Savlepov, lead singer of the Agon and Quest Pistols groups, married Russian actress Irina Gorbacheva.
Earlier, in June 2022, the Ukrainian producer and founder of the Kruzheva Music production center, whose work also included the successful Quest Pistols project, Yuriy Bardash published a story on his Instagram where he compared Ukrainian slogans with German Nazism.
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