5 Strings’ Songs Which Still Rule Our Playlists

Masterfully produced tracks with textured and emotive vocals coupled with soul stirring guitar strings, Strings continues to prove to be one of the best bands that Pakistan has ever produced. Among many features, their uniqueness lies in the amalagamation of two very rich yet distinct voices of Bilal Maqsood & Faisal Kapadia. Scroll down for…

Masterfully produced tracks with textured and emotive vocals coupled with soul stirring guitar strings, Strings continues to prove to be one of the best bands that Pakistan has ever produced. Among many features, their uniqueness lies in the amalagamation of two very rich yet distinct voices of Bilal Maqsood & Faisal Kapadia.
Scroll down for our favorite Strings songs, at your own risk because you’ll definetely be hooked.

Mera Bichraa Yaar
There’s hardly any person we’ve met who dosen’t like this one. It’s a striking song that makes you want to swing to the tunes. Try it for yourself if you haven’t already.

Main tou dekhoonga
This one makes your heart question your surroundings, it’s lyrical glory at it’s best. Almost like a devoted letter to the nation, it’s sad how it still remains relevant for our society even today.

Najane Kyun
This track made it to becoming an official soundtrack for Spiderman 2. The lyrics are deeply embeded with meaning that transcends you to a land unknown. Their finesse and instrumentation grasp the listener’s attention and dosen’t let it go.

Durr
This love song is ethced in our memories and continues to cast its spell whenever it’s on. It carefully paints the image of the lover coupled with a beautiful soundscape and melody.

Hai Koi Ham Jaisa
This euphoric track continues to remain our cricket anthem ever since it was released in 2003. It’s peppy, fun and definetely makes us nostalgic. It puts you in a groove and is an instant mood refresher.

While it’s true that their lyrical prowess and skill with vocals is unmatched, their videos are also well directed and a treat to watch, easily the masters of audio-visuals. We’re lucky to be living in the same age as Strings.
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