The renownded Ukrainian band Onuka are currently on tour, visiting places in both Ukraine and abroad (Austria, Romania and Poland) but in their schedule they have revealed that they will be performing as the interval act in the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017:
Onuka, a band described as making experimental electronic anf folk music, was started by Eugene Filatov (also known as: The Maneken) and lead singer Nata Zhyzhchenko. Onuka means ”granddaughter” in Ukrainian and is a tribute to Nata’s grandfather Oleksandr Shlionchyk, who was a famous folk instrument maker.
One of their most famous songs ”19 86” is about the Chernobyl accident of 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant near Pripyat:
The grand final will take place in Kyiv, Ukraine on the 13th of May.