After the breakup of the duo 5'nizza in 2007, each of its members went their own way. Guitarist and vocalist Sergey Babkin became a big star in his native Ukraine. The career of the main vocalist Andrey" San " Zaporozhets developed around his personal project SunSay. For thirteen years, Andrey has changed several places of residence, constantly experimenting with genres, and the SunSay team led by him will easily gather a large hall today in Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. SunSay music is light and light funk, where compositions in Russian, Ukrainian and English successfully get along. Now, along with old hits, the band performs the recently released tracks "Will you be with me", "Snowy" and "Thin Thread", which are expected to be included in the new album SunSay. Recording a new album is not an easy task, as the band is scattered around the world. Musicians generally try to use live strings and wind instruments instead of electronics, so the process is sometimes delayed. "Stylistically, it will be retro Soviet soul funk," says Andrey Zaporozhets. In a difficult time of quarantine, the band released a fundamentally new track "Burn to the Ground", written by Andrey Zaporozhets in the midst of the first lockdown. "The phrase" burn to the ground" came to mind when I was looking at the setting sun, "says Andrey Zaporozhets," This is a song about the value of human life, a reminder that everything can end at any moment." The pandemic and lockdown have divided us very much - which is why we need to come together even more, I mean all of humanity."