Strings flies high with new song 'Urr Jaoon'

Jami's extravagant skills shown through beautiful shots capturing class difference

Shaheera Anwar April 06, 2018

KARACHI: Pakistani band Strings is celebrating is 30th anniversary in the music industry by releasing a brand new album titled 30, which features eight new tracks.

Sajni - the first song from the record - managed to impress fans last month. And now, the dynamic duo has released their second offering from 30: Urr Jaoon.



Sung by Bilal Maqsood and directed by Jami, Urr Jaoon shows little girls dressed in all black with pigtails, setting up a delicious meal at the dining table. Serving food to the elite class, which includes Faisal Kapadia and his guests, the girls await their call.


As Faisal drops his cutlery, one girl rushes to him with a clean one. Looking at his reflection in the steel spoon, Faisal soon realises that the unfortunate are humans too and deserve to be treated the same way.


Speaking in a live YouTube session for the countdown of the song, the band discussed that the shoot was a lot of fun. Faisal and Bilal also mentioned the reason behind releasing their singles one-by-one. The former said, "We want to give equal importance to all the songs which is why we don't want to release them all together."

Urr Jaoon speaks of keeping your head held high and fighting through all that life throws your way. It talks about giving respect to people from different background and financial standing. Uplifting lyrics combined with an impeccable tune makes for a perfect, melodic treat.

Watch the video of Urr Jaoon here:

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