We did an interview with the artist over a cup of coffee about this latest release, here’s what they had to say!
Tell us about your track
The song talks about the feeling of fresh love, the butterflies, the anxiousness and the perpetual happiness that one feels when they think about that special person. ‘Hune hune’ is an interesting mix of retro bollywood and Pujabi folk. The sound maintains a cinematic and vintage feel throughout with the use of Sarangi, Dhol and Harmonium while at the same time gives a modern twist with the use of 808s and drums. The Sarangi that is heard in the song has been recorded by a roadside player in the city and later on been sampled.
Tell us your inspiration behind this track
Being a huge fan of Bollywood cinema, I wanted to create something which gives a nostalgic Indian vibe. The song has a very retro feel to it which combines elements of retro bollywood and Punjabi folk
How long did it take to record the track album EP ?
About a week and a half to get all the recordings and production done.
What is the meaning behind the lyrics?
The song says ‘Hoya pyar hune hune’ which means I have fallen in love just now..The song talks about the feeling of fresh love, the butterflies, the anxiousness and the perpetual happiness that one feels when they think about that special person.
What brings next after this release?
After this release I have planned another song which has a very retro bollywood vibe to it, but has a Spanish classical twist to it. It is an acoustic guitar based song but the guitars are played in Flamenco style. To bring authenticity the guitars are played by a Brazilian Flamenco Guitarist called Lucas Triguero.