Ilya Lagutenko, the frontman of Mumiy Troll:
"After ten years of working with all types of video content for our concerts, I tend to think that
I want to see our performances not being overshadowed by visuals, but minimalistic yet artistically captivating. I had a lot of negotiations with Russian and foreign companies working with stage design, lighting and content production. Morskaya.20 was a good cause to try on some stylistic tools of the 90s, when music instruments and a couple of beam heads were everything we had at our concerts.
I was very glad to find out, even after being acquaintance only virtually, that besides entirely positive references of our friends, what connects us with Sila Sveta is full understanding in terms of implementation of ideas. For our concerts in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Vladivostok we strived to direct the show in such a way so that the light would be a single whole with the songs. At the same time, the audience should not feel any discomfort, as it happens during large-scale shows distracting you from your own expectations.
We would like the concert to become interactive. It is important for me not to capture your imagination entirely, but to give you an opportunity to dissolve in your favorite songs and to become a part of the music".