October 15, 2018

Strings Releases the 5th Track from Their New Album Titled “30” Hum Dono



[Karachi, 12th October 2018]: Celebrating 30 years in the music industry, Pakistan’s favorite and most iconic band for 3 decades, Strings announces the release of the fifth track, Hum Dono’ from their sixth album titled ‘30’. This album has been a huge milestone for Strings as it has bestowed them to another pedestal of success in the music industry.

Written by Bilal Maqsood, Hum Dono features both band members, Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia. The video of Hum Dono stars the ravishing Sabeeka Imam and the heartthrob of the fashion industry, Hasnain Lehri. The latest song is sure to stir your imagination, as it is shot with a sense of mystery and seduction and comes across as a hide and seek of emotions between lovers.

The song has been mixed and mastered by M. Ishaq Nazir and recorded at the Main Stage Productions. Hum Dono combines warm yet powerful vocals with a vintage rawness. The music is a celebration of love and its memory; a powerful package of great song inscription and flawless harmonization.  

Earlier this 2018, Strings announced the music album “30” in celebration of their three decades of definitive music with the release of the first song, Sajni which was followed by Urr Jaoon, Piya Re and Mil gaya to much acclaim. The album “30” is from the soul and has the potential to mesmerize you, change your life, or at least, send shrills up your spine with the music.

Strings are acclaimed for their stringed rhythms and melodious, poetic songs written by Anwar Maqsood and Bilal Maqsood who also composes, plays guitar and occasionally sings. He has been writing lyrics for the band since its re-formation, with Faisal Kapadia as the lead vocalist. The band has sold over 25 million albums worldwide.

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About Strings:
Strings was in fact first formed in 1988 by four members. The quartet signed on with major record label, EMI, to release their first, critically-acclaimed self-titled album Strings in 1990, followed by their second album 2, in 1992 featuring tracks such as Sar Kiye Yeh Pahar that took the country by storm. Strings disbanded the same year and returned after a hiatus of 8 years with two founding members Faisal Kapadia and Bilal Maqsood. The duo marked a comeback with the release of their third studio album, Duur in 2000. Duur made waves on the Indian music channels and was reissued on the Magnasound label, which had launched pop stars Baba Sehgal and Remo Fernandes in 2002. Following their success, Strings released their fourth studio album Dhaani on the Columbia Records label including a single titled Najane Kyun which was featured as a soundtrack for the Hollywood film Spider-Man 2 in 2004 and also the Urdu version of Spider-Man by Columbia TriStar Films of India. With that, Strings became the first Pakistani band to ever sing on an international film. Strings won its first international award, MTV Asia’s Favorite Artist India award in 2005 and has continued to win accolades till date. Strings has also lent their compositions for a number of Bollywood films including Zinda, Shootout at Lokhandwala & John Day. The band released their fifth studio album Koi Aanay Wala Hai in 2008 and also produced the soundtrack for the award-winning Pakistani feature film, Moor, in 2015. Strings took the reins of Coke Studio from Rohail Hyatt to make a debut with Season 7 in 2014 and produced four consecutive seasons till they bade farewell to the country’s biggest music platform last year with a promise to return with more masterpieces as they now embark on yet another exciting chapter in their musical journey.

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