The soloists of the Udmurt group “Babushki from Buranovo” (“Grandmothers from Buranovo”) have released their first video for the song “Open the Doors Wide” in Russian and Udmurt languages, TASS reports, referring to the author of the words and artistic director of the group Olga Tuktareva.
According to the author, the song says that in spite of everything you need to always be a human and not turn away from people. According to the plot of the video, a girl from a big city returns to her native village, where her relatives are waiting for her, and on the way, she is accompanied by a giant wheel symbolizing life.
“Buranovskiye Babushki are wisdom. Relationship to time, life in the “here and now” moment, eternal values, the main of which is to abandon vanity, be yourself and not turn away from your neighbour,” one of the authors of the music, Vladislav Gorzhak, said.
It is noted that it was this group that represented Russia at the Eurovision 2012 song contest in Baku, according to the results of which they took second place with the song Party for Everybody.