After their stay in Sweden, Elitsa and Stoyan visited Tokyo, Japan, where they presented a special surprise to the Japanese audience. Right after, the duo flew to Paris, France, accompanying the Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, at the 34th session of UNESCO's General Conference. After their return from France, Elitsa and Stoyan will be promoting their new video Earth and the comic book The Element.
Although the first was Water and next one is Earth, Air should be the most appropriate element for the successful Bulgarian percussion duo, Elitsa & Stoyan, asthey've been over the clouds a lot recently, to promote their new video and comic-book.
Right after their performance to the Royal Family of Sweden, Elitsa & Stoyan flew to Japan for a week’s tour in Tokyo. There they presented their new video Earth, directed by Valeri Milev and they revealed a surprise to the Japanese fans by presenting a manga-style comic book, entitled The Element, whose main character, a super-heroine called Li, is based on Elitsa herself. The Element is made as an attachment to their new single Earth, which is a part of the International ecological event "Keep the Earth Clean"; indeed, only a few days after the release in Tokyo, at a press conference in Paris, Elitsa Todorova stated that the new video Earth and the comic book The Element are created to serve the cause of protecting Mother Nature.The story of the comic book is written by Elitsa herself, who worked on it for nearly two months and by Marian Diankov. The artdesign was doneby Daniel Atanasov better known as Satanasov the only Bulgarian manga-artist, acknowledged in Japan. The Japanese fans labeled as revolutionary her new fantasy video Earth and received the comic book The Element with great passion and respect.
After their stay in Japan, the percussion duo flew to Paris, accompanying the Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, at the 34th session of UNESCO's General Conference. There, Elitsa and Stoyan stood by the President’s side during the unveiling of a bas-relief of Bulgarian revolutionary Vassil Levski.
On 24th October both Bulgarian and Greek MAD TV exclusivelyaired the new video Earth.Earth has many similarities with Water, the Bulgarian entry in this year's Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki.
You can watch the video below