Pakistani musical band Strings on Friday released the second single of their collection ’30’.The song ‘Urr Jaoon’ has been released as a component of a collection which commends 30 years of the band.
The second track of the collection, “30”, Urr Jaoon is a smooth number including Bilal Maqsood’s resonant vocals padded in the quintessential Strings pop-shake sound. With verses that lift the melody to a radical new circle, “the experience of Urr Jaoon is close to home and substantial with feeling, the band said in a Facebook post.”
“The video likewise denotes the get-together of Strings and Jami, a dynamic mix that has dependably prompted some media coordinated efforts.”
“With Urr Jaoon, Jami keenly compares the war between the light and the dull inside ourselves through the calculated music video. Revealing insight upon an issue that torment our general public, the tune is given another significance with the visual scene that he shapes,” the post included.
Strings prior affirmed that they will commend three many years of playing music together with the arrival of eight singles, with the initial two melodies being ‘Sajni’ and ‘Urr Jaoon’.
In October last year, the band said goodbye to Coke Studio after producing music for 4 years for Coke Studio since taking over from Rohail Hyatt in 2014.