Pakistani rock band Strings recently released the second single from their most anticipated album ‘30’. The song Urr Jaoon has been released as part of an album which celebrates 30 years of the band making music together. The album is known to cover every category of music within the limits of the usual Strings magic.
The second track of the album, “30”, Urr Jaoon is a mellow number featuring Bilal Maqsood’s melodious vocals mixed with Strings’ pop-rock music. With lyrics that lift the song to a whole new level, the experience of Urr Jaoon carries a personal and heavy message and is most likely guaranteed to cause their fans to feel the emotion that the music expresses.
The music video also highlights how young girls are often neglected to their basic rights. It beautifully displays girls running on the beach with a smile on their faces.
“The video also marks the reunion of Strings and Jami, a dynamic combination that has always led to some groundbreaking audio-visual collaborations.”
“With Urr Jaoon, Jami cleverly juxtaposes the war between the light and the dark within ourselves through the conceptual music video. Shedding light upon an issue that plagues our society, the song is given a new meaning with the visual landscape that he sculpts,” the Facebook post added.
Strings earlier confirmed that they will celebrate three decades of playing music together with the release of eight singles, with the first two songs being ‘Sajni’ and ‘Urr Jaoon’.
Earlier sharing his excitement for the release of their singles this year, Faisal Kapadia told Geo Pakistan, “We are so excited for our new music.”
In their first appearance on a TV show after six years, the band told Geo Pakistan that they “want to get out there and perform.”
The band has also taken steps in order to support this goal by bidding farewell to Coke Studios last October. After that in December, the band revealed that they’re back from their four years hiatus and later announced their newest album ’30’. It’s no lie that this album is rocking the music charts and honestly, we couldn’t be more proud. Kudos to Strings for their amazing work and good luck for their future albums!