If you haven’t heard of the Croatian duo 2Cellos by now, then you’re missing out. The two consists of classically trained Luka Šulić and Stjepan Hauser. They have combined classical and modern music into one sensational resonance. By remastering the sound of the cello, they have brought the musical art to a whole new level for audiences worldwide. As you’re watching their live performances, you can see how Luka and Stjepan put a vast amount of emotion and passion into playing each song. The music will truly inspire you.
One of my personal favorites is their cover of Michael Jackson’s hit song They Don’t Care About Us. The cover is from their new album Celloverse. The film to that particular song is of the Napoleonic wars. The music video is epic! I would definitely consider it truth in music.
Luka and Stjepan’s cover of ACDC’s song Thunderstruck is one of their most watched music videos on Youtube with over 67 million views and counting.
Luka and Stjepan playing their arrangement of Wake Me Up by Avicii.
2Cellos is signed to record label Sony Masterworks and they are currently touring through Australia and New Zealand until the end of the year.
This incredible short film shares an Indigenous Native American Prophecy that links all of life and the future of our planet. All life truly comes from the same source of creation, so let’s love and take care of each other. One Love! One Heart!
Income inequality has become a key hot button issue in the modern day political spectrum. While these economic and class divides seem more pronounced than ever before, the impressive new documentary Plutocracy: Political Repression in the USA reveals that the core of these struggles pre-date the beginnings of the industrialized labor force. The long and painful journey towards achieving worker rights and fair wages has been marked by violence, discrimination, and inhumane exploitation.