The track was launched previously this year to accentuate Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as well as to elevate funds for those impacted by the war
Pink Floyd get on training course for a rare leading 20 look in the graphes, making it their first in 42 years.
Released in March this year, ‘Hey, Hey, Rise Up!’, the band’s very first original product since 1994’s ‘Division Bell’ album. The track was launched to accentuate Russia’s intrusion of Ukraine as well as to raise funds for those affected by the battle, with all earnings from the song donated to Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief.
The song came to a head at number 49 in the charts in April following its digital-only launch.
Currently, after the rollout of physical copies of the track, it’s seeming at number 18 according to ‘First Look’, which places tunes based upon their streams as well as sales (by means of Billboard).
If it continues to sell and stream at a comparable pace to currently, it implies Pink Floyd will have their initial top 20 appearance in the graphes considering that 1979’s ‘Brick In The Wall’ today.
‘ Hey Rise Up’ was tape-recorded in March of this year. In addition to including David Gilmour, drummer Nick Mason, bassist Guy Pratt and keyboardist Nitin Sawhney, it additionally includes a recording by Andriy Khlyvnyuk, the vocalist of Ukrainian band Boombox. Khlyvnyuk can be heard singing the patriotic Ukrainian track ‘The Red Viburnum’ in Sofiyskaya Square, in the country’s funding of Kyiv.
In a declaration, Gilmour– who has a Ukrainian family members– clarified that the band launched the tune to draw attention to the war as well as to raise money for humanitarian initiatives.
” We wish to reveal our support for Ukraine and because way, show that a lot of the world believes that it is entirely wrong for a superpower to get into the independent autonomous nation that Ukraine has come to be,” Gilmour stated.
” We, thus many, have been feeling the fierceness and also the disappointment of this disgusting act of an independent, peaceful democratic country being invaded as well as having its people killed by among the globe’s major powers.”
In March, Gilmour and also Pink Floyd eliminated their songs from streaming services in Russia as well as Belarus to show their support for Ukraine. “Russian soldiers, quit killing your siblings. There will be no victors in this battle,” Gilmour commented at the time.