t.A.T.u take the cruelty of concentration camp as the theme of their new video, 'White Robe', first single taken from album 'Waste Management'.
Previously only a preview, the full first video from t.A.T.u's third studio album has been premiered on MTV Russia. The song is called 'White Robe' or 'Beliy Plashchik' in Russian and it's taken from the album 'Waste Management', due early 2008.
Apt to the album's title, the concept of the video is matched to the whole war theme. 'Waste Management' is the term used to describe human condition in concentration camp during World War II. The video also shows both members Lena Katina and Yulia Volkova in the cruel time frame but each living different fate.
The clip was directed by James Cox who also took the direction of the 'All About Us' video. It was shot at Los Angeles' Hyperion Waste Treatment Plant back in October.
Tracks from the album are going to be utilized as the soundtracks to their new film 'Finding t.A.T.u', due May 2008. The film that fictionalized version of real events, is staring Mischa Barton who plays Lana Starkova, a Russian girl trying to escape the mundanity of life with her new American friend.
t.A.T.u, 'White Robe':