Ochman and Kalush Orchestra collaborate on new single
Krystian Ochman released his new single on Friday Cry For You. Featured on the track are Eurovision 2022 winners Kalush Orchestra. The song was written and composed by Krystian Ochman himself, along with Adam “Atutowy” Wiśniewski, Ołeh Psiuk (from Kalush), Iwan Kłymenko and Małgorzata Uściłowska.
Ochman described the lyrics of his new song with the following words:
As we go through life, a lot of us work on becoming the best version of ourselves. In that process we learn to select appropriate moments to be assertive. Often, this means we have to make unpopular decisions that are right for us but upsetting to others. The society we live in forces us to be more assertive otherwise, we are taken advantage of. I don’t want to ever be sorry for making those decisions and growing as a person.
It is not a huge surprise that this collaboration has happened. Ochman and the boys from Kalush Orchestra were seen getting along on many occasions in the press centre in Turin and even performed together for fans in Piazza San Carlo during Eurovision week.
This is the second collaboration Kalush Orchestra has done with one of their fellow Eurovision 2022 artists, the first was with The Rasmus from Finland. Back in October, the bands remade The Rasmus’ 2003 hit In The Shadows into a new song entitled In The Shadows of Ukraine.
This is also Kalush Orchestra’s second song release this month, as they recently published their single Shchedryi Vechir. The video for that single was shot in and around the Los Angeles area, and includes their meeting with former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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