KARACHI: Around the same time a year ago, Jal made a rebound to standard music with Tere Bajoun, their first music video in quite a long while. Having survived more than one breakups and years of turbulence, the band is presently preparing for yet another music video for a tune called Bhawray.
As indicated by band front man Goher Mumtaz, they are enthusiastic about proceeding with their coordinated effort with maker chief Azaan Sami Khan, who had additionally coordinated Tere Bajoun. "We are right now in chats with him and will ideally be beginning work on it soon, once the dates are finished," the Jal guitarist told The Express Tribune.
With the undertaking still in the pipeline, Mumtaz was not willing to give away too numerous insights about the up and coming tune. "We are as yet taking a shot at it. Everything I can let you know is that the video will be both execution based and have an idea … it will be somewhat exploratory," he said. Generation on the video is relied upon to begin in the second week of April, taking after which it would be discharged in a month's chance. "We at first needed to shoot it in February yet shockingly, needed to put off it because of the executive's bustling calendar," he uncovered.
Bhawray will be Jal's third music video in one year. After Tere Bajoun, Mumtaz had recorded a melody in remembrance of Defense Day, titled Ooncha. He had additionally reproduced one of Alamgir's melodies, Tum Hi Se Ae Mujahido, for the event.
To the extent the fate of Jal is concerned, Mumtaz said that the band would now comprise of a "somewhat free-moving line-up", with guitarist-writer Saad Sultan and bassist Amir Azhar filling in for live appears and studio recording sessions.