English musician Tom Misch has released an improvised live set recorded in Kyiv that he dedicated to the Ukrainian capital.

Filming a music video in Kyiv wasn’t enough for English musician Tom Misch.

During his stay in the Ukrainian capital, the artist also recorded two live sets. One of them was a complete improvisation, which he dedicated to the location, naming it “Kyiv.”

The video was published on Misch’s YouTube channel on March 26.

The musician joins a growing list of international creators who chose Kyiv as a set for their music videos, giving a boost to the development of creative productions in Ukraine.

Misch is an emerging artist, whose music is largely influenced by jazz and soul. His tracks often mix guitar sections, electronic beats and vocals by the musician himself.

The artist first recorded a live set for “Lift Off,” one of Misch’s recent singles, which features jazz musician Yussef Dayes on drums and bassist Rocco Palladino. 

After the shooting was over, they realized there was a roll of film left. 

“We decided to just jam and see what happened… the result was ‘Kyiv,’ a fully improvised piece,” the “Kyiv” video description states.

Both live sets were filmed in the hallway of what appears to be some Soviet-era building. Surrounded by darkness, the trio played music standing in a circle under a large bright chandelier.

British production company Stink Films was in charge of filming, while local Radioaktive Film backed them up providing production service.

Radioaktive Film was previously involved in the making of music videos for such internationally acknowledged music acts as Coldplay, FKA Twigs, Twenty One Pilots, Ray BLK and more. 

Both live sets feature local dancers Liza Riabinina and Tolik Sachivko, who also staged the choreography. Sachivko is the founder of the Apache Crew, where Riabinina is one of the dancers. Apache Crew is one of Ukraine’s most successful dance groups that has collaborated with local music stars including Jamala and Monatik.

The same team worked on the creation of a music video for Misch’s “What Kinda Music,” which he released in early March.

Some of the video’s scenes were shot in Kyiv’s Vydubychi metro station and an underground passway that leads to it.

Earlier British band Coldplay brought George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” to their music video shot in Kyiv.

British singer Zayn Malik released a music video featuring dystopian themes, which was as well filmed in the Ukrainian capital.