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Flyin’ Up “When you are flying up, the sky is infinite. We are not a direction. We are an endless journey.” Founded in 2012, this group of five students from Westminster University in Tashkent became popular among youth who play live rock music. In spring 2014, they finished and recorded their first album “The City of Rock.” The name came from the name of the artists’ home city — Tashkent, which, translated from ancient Uzbek, means “The City of Stone.” In July 2015 the young musicians started recording their second album, which will be called Ragnarock. The name comes from the Scandinavian mythology of apocalypses, the fall of Gods. Ragnarock is going to be very different from The City of Rock. The band changed the classic rock sound to a more complex and modern one, while the lyrics touch upon such topics as war, injustice and brainwashing. Young artists are against wars and send this message through their music. Flyin’ Up inspires people “to become a better man within a better world.” The final version of Ragnarock is going to be released by the end of 2015.
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