New song of Mila Ikonskaya - “Station of our dreams”

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We invite you to listen and download a new song. Mila Icon called “Station of Our Dreams” - it is available on all major music services, including: iTunes, Google play, Apple music, Beeline Music, Yandex.Music, as well as in the BOOM application (for users of the social networks VKontakte and Odnoklassniki) .

Listen and download Mila Ikonskaya's song "The Station of Our Dreams"


This musical novelty appeared in the singer's repertoire, marking a new stage in her life. Filled with touching sadness composition written by Sergey Kolesnichenko, was born, according to the artist, on sad events ...

“All my songs are my life. What I myself have lived is what I sing about. So I said goodbye to the person dear to me in my life. I'm starting a new chapter. So this song means a lot to me.

We wrote it with a large group, the arrangement was made by Arthur Kazaryan, Tigran Shakhunts and Alexander Shakhunts. These are musicians from God! When Alexander played the saxophone part, tears came to my eyes. And how much controversy there was until the song was finished! A labor-intensive and exciting process. Thanks to everyone who took part in its creation. Each of you decorated this song and breathed life into it!” says Mila.

Today, “The Station of Our Dreams” comes out in solo form, but in the future the actress presents her as a duet:
“I think we should sing with my dearest, most beloved singer Timur Temirov,” the performer reveals her secrets, “so in the next version we will present our duet to the listeners. We have already presented it in Moscow, and everyone liked it. Timur’s bewitching, soft voice will betray its color and emotions.”

Ahead - shooting a clip for a new composition. Stay tuned for updates on our website and in the news feed.

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