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We spent the weekend listening only to Strings

It took me some time to put together this piece. The news of Strings ‘breaking up’ was a tough one to process. And as publisher of Edition, Faisal Kapadia (not the one from Strings) kept reminding me that their music would always be there, I did return to some semblance of normalcy.

Here’s a list of 5 Strings that were possibly not as big as some of their biggest hits, but in no way less beautiful than them. I suppose we could see them as ‘under-rated’.

Beirut - 2008

The emotional anti-war song is more of a tragic love ballad and chooses to miss the bravado of the military anthems we tend to associate war and peace songs with.

Kahan Mohabbat Ki - 2003

True to their sound, Kahani Mohabbat Ki encapsulates the feeling of love, loss and longing that Strings are exceptional at. Feels much like how I feel about Strings breaking up.

Kuch to Hogaya - 2016

This number has an understated sexiness to it. A bit of a tease, if I may. It feels like a note to a someone you come across and hope to meet again.

Koi Aanay Wala Hai - 2008

The minute Faisal Kapadia ‘dhadkan’ you know this one if going to hit you right in the feels. It is a hopeful song - hopeful that love will find you,.

Titliyaan - 2008

An ode to Pakistani artists we have lost over the years, the love ballad will break your heart over and over again.

What is your favorite Strings number? Let us know in the comments below.

Allow me to nurse my broken heart…

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