After nearly a decade, the band Fuzon has released a music video for an original composition, the first single from their upcoming album.
And 'O Ki Jane' is proof that these guys still got it.
"The lyrics for the single have been derived from the poetry of Punjab's legendary philosopher and Sufi poet Baba Bulleh Shah and this is the very first time Fuzon has used live drums in the studio," shares Shallum Xavier, the band's guitarist.
He adds: "Whenever something is shared with our fans and people who admire our music, it's very encouraging. It gives us satisfaction as artists and the fuel to keep doing what we're doing. It makes us believe in the power of music."
Emu, the band's keyboardist, is excited to be back in the game.
"It's an upbeat, Punjabi song which really showcases all that we've learnt along the way. We've done a lot of research and hopefully that will show throughout the album. It's music inspired by love and ishq and elements of Sufisim," he revealed to Images.
We're excited to see what else Fuzon has up their sleeve!