Islamabad: Pakistani rock band Strings, recognized for belting out hit songs like “Dhaani” and “Duur“, have introduced that they’re ending their 33-year-long musical partnership.
The group took to social media on Thursday night to announce their choice to disband, saying that the members will share an “inseparable bond”.
“Hey guys. This put up is a bit totally different from the standard. We have now determined that at this time, 25/03/2021, is the day we graciously get to conclude Strings. The previous 33 years have been unimaginable for each of us,” it learn.
The band thanked followers for showering love on them through the years.
“It is so uncommon to have the possibility to have the ability to do issues like this and we’re infinitely grateful to all of our followers for making it potential. We hope you discovered it worthwhile as properly.”
Hey guys. This put up is a bit totally different from the standard. We have now determined that at this time, 25/03/2021, is the day we graciously…
“Whereas the band technically is probably not collectively anymore, each of us share an inseparable bond that can join us irrespective of the place life takes us. Thanks a lot for the whole lot,” the farewell word learn.
Strings was shaped as a university band by 4 college students Bilal Maqsood, Faisal Kapadia, Rafiq Wazir and Kareem Bashir Bhoy in 1989.
Regardless of two profitable albums ‘Strings I’ (1990) and ‘Strings II’ (1992), the band took a break for eight years.
Bilal Maqsood and Faisal Kapadia then revived the band in 2000 and launched their third album “Duur”, which was an enormous hit.
Strings went on to compose “Hai Koi Hum Jaisa“, Pakistan’s official cricket World Cup track in 2003, earlier than releasing their fourth album ‘Dhaani‘ the identical yr.
In addition they collaborated with Indian band Euphoria for the observe “Jeet Lo Dil“, the official track for the India-Pakistan cricket sequence in 2004.
The band later lent music to 2 Bollywood movies – Zinda (2006) for the track “Yeh Hai Meri Kahani“; and “Aakhri Alvida” for “Shootout at Lokhandwala” (2007).
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