Since 1999, Gogol Bordello has been bringing their unique fusion of punk rock and Eastern European influences to the world, including their legendary theatrical and rambunctious live shows. From its inception, Gogol Bordello has been a band of immigrants, with members hailing from Ukraine, Ecuador, Russia, and Ethiopia.
With their eighth studio album and first in five years, Solidaritine, they are going back to singer Eugene Hutz's more punk rock roots, as heard on the single "Focus Coin."
While finishing up the new record, the world turned upside down for Hutz and other members as the war in Ukraine started. With his mind now on helping out his homeland, Hutz has used his influence and art to raise money and awareness. He's collaborated with everyone from Les Claypool to Billy Strings, to putting together benefits featuring Patti Smith and more.
Now Gogol Bordello is ready to bring their album to the masses and use their art to help end the war and bring Solidaritine to the world.
[Solidartine's] canny songwriting and sophisticated musicianship combined with Schreifels' raw production make this album one of the band's finest to date.
- Yellow Vinyl
- Made in Canada
- Shot of Solidaritine
- Focus Coin
- The Era of the End of Eras (feat. HR)
- I'm Coming Out
- Knack for Life
- The Great Hunt of Idiot Savant
- Take Only What You Can Carry (feat. KAZKA)
- My Imaginary Son
- Forces of Victory (feat. Serhiy Zhadan and KAZKA)
- Fire on Ice Floe
- Gut Guidance
- Huckleberry Generation