Think about Dragons helps Ukraine within the midst of the nation’s battle towards invading forces from Russia. On Monday (July 25), the rock group was introduced as ambassadors for UNITED24 — a mission created by Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to lift funds for humanitarian help within the nation.
In mild of the ambassadorship, Think about Dragons has collaborated with First Woman of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, on a fundraiser to inventory ambulances with the mandatory provides to assist save lives throughout the battle.
“We love the folks of Ukraine and wish to assist in any manner potential,” frontman Dan Reynolds mentioned in an announcement. “Injustices like this may solely be conquered when folks world wide come collectively. We stand by the gorgeous folks of Ukraine and their brave chief President Zelensky. We’ll work with UNITED24 and native leaders to repeatedly discover methods to lift consciousness and funds for the folks till this unjust battle ends. We sit up for the day after we can play a live performance once more in Kyiv and have fun freedom, life and music with the resilient and powerful folks of Ukraine.”
The band joins soccer star Andriy Shevchenko, tennis star Elina Svitolina and actor Liev Schreiber as ambassadors for UNITED24, with extra ambassadors scheduled to be introduced shortly.
To indicate solidarity with Ukraine, Think about Dragons canceled their concert events in Russia this summer time and eliminated their discography from the Russian market, which incorporates their lately launched sixth album, Mercury — Act 2. The album was launched because the second a part of Mercury — Act 1, which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 following its launch in 2021.