Canadian Indo-Pak band naQsh has officially released worldwide, the second music video from their debut album Saptak, for their track Megha. The music video, which has been directed by Taimoor Salahuddin (Mooro) of Aflatoon Studios, is a visual treat which captures how people from all walks of life celebrate the joy of rain. The song itself is a catchy, cheerful pop/rock number that describes the excitement one feels when it pours; a perfect song to enjoy this monsoon season.
Director Taimoor has brought the feel of the song alive on screen by featuring unique sequences shot across India and Pakistan.
The music video for Megha can be viewed on all leading online platforms such as facebook, Vimeo and YouTube while the audio is available to download legally, along with the rest of the album, via Taazi.com. The video will also be airing on leading TV channels across Pakistan from today onwards.
Speaking about the release of the music video, bass guitarist Irfan Lawrence says “Megha was the first song from our album Saptak that we recorded in studio. I still remember we all were super excited when we listened to it. Releasing the video has not only reminded me of that time but has renewed that excitement and the more importantly, such a positive response from our fans has motivated us to keep making meaningful music”.
Megha’s video can be viewed here:
naQsh has been creating socially relevant and soul-stirring music since 2007.Their eclectic sound comes from the band’s diverse background and experiences. The Vancouver-based band members originate from Pakistan and India. Their inspirations range from artists such as Ustad Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, to Pink Floyd, Led Zeplin, and U2. naQsh epitomizes the depth of their roots, communicated in moody rock and West Coast Canadian style. “Through our music we hope to touch hearts, inspire and create spaces for people to come together and be united in humility and love.” – Daksh