'Hum Dono' is not a quintessential Strings song and that's the best thing about it

The 2000s famous band promised fans to make a comeback with a latest album this year


Entertainment Desk October 13, 2018
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The fifth song titled Hum Dono from the Strings album, 30, has been released and it is not a quintessential Strings song. Mind you, we mean this in the best way possible.

Directed by Soheb Akhtar, the video of the track, starring models Sabika Imam and Hasnain Lehri was shot near Mubarak Village. In a live video yesterday, the 90s duo revealed the single allowed them to step out of their comfort zone. How? You may ask. Well, for starters, it doesn't have a chorus. Hum Dono comprises of only three verses.

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"It is not a normal Strings song," shared Bilal Maqsood, the lead guitarist of the band. "The song holds a special place in the album. We came out of our comfort zone and experimented with innovative ideas. Hum Dono doesn't have a chorus. It's more of a ballad with three verses. So we'd suggest the fans to listen to the song two three times before making up their mind about it."

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The 2000s famous troupe lived up to their promise of producing a comeback album this year. Strings has been releasing one song every month with Hum Dono being the latest offering.

The song has a soft, soothing tone and also includes vocals by Natasha Noorani, which only enhances the charm of the track.

Watch the video of here:


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