Legendary rock group - Psi Vojaci - celebrates 25th anniversary
The legendary Czech underground band Psi Vojaci - Dog Soldiers in English - played a special concert in Prague on Tuesday to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
Vratislav: "When I first heard the band Psi Vojaci it was like seeing a tiger jump on the stage of the Czech underground."
Psi Vojaci may be celebrating their 25th anniversary but the band's leader Filip Topol is only in his late thirties.
Vratislav: "Filip Topol was almost fourteen when he first performed at Hradecek, Havel's cottage in the countryside. We were playing Passion Play there with the band Plastic People. The former president asked us if it would be possible for his friend's son's band to play.
"That was the first time that we saw them, it was very significant, it was the new wave of the Czech underground."
It's been a long time since the band played at Vaclav Havel's cottage, but they still attract a young audience.
Both younger and older fans agree that Psi Vojaci still have a lot to offer.
Vratislav: "They continue to have a similar energy, a similar poetry as before. It was a really strong and really wild message that they brought and that they still convey."
Young woman: "I think that now they are still a great group, even though they are from the other period before the revolution but I think it is one of the most living cultures in the Czech Republic."