Zemfira writes album in self-isolation and asks fans to stay at home
After a long silence on social media, the famous native of Ufa Zemfira appeared. The singer called what is happening in the world today as "strange days".
"I stay at home, every day I go from one instrument to another, trying to transfer my thoughts and feelings into songs. Now I can't do anything else," Zemfira posted. "I want to help the elderly; I want to be useful. Such a time has come — as in the novels of my beloved Philip Dick — an indefinite time".
The singer also announced that she was writing an album, and it was two-third ready.
"But is it really important now? No. It is important to stay at home, take care of our loved ones. We will have everything: an album, and a tour, and everything in the world. But now we all should stand still to survive," Zemfira emphasized.
According to the operational headquarters, in Russia, the COVID-19 was confirmed in 7497 people as of April 7. 494 patients recovered, 58 — died.