By Bishal Deep Basnet on Jul 19,2018 - 16:05
'Gaun Gaun Bata Utha', a song that is very well known in our Nepali community, is now getting a music video from Nepathya. Nepathya has been playing the song in almost every concert they performed in.
The song itself is pretty old, but Nepathya's version of it is pretty darn great too. And now, Nepathya will be releasing their music video for it. The music video features Nepathya playing the song in many concerts, and it is certainly a bone-chilling experience. Seeing all the Nepali fans for Nepathya definitely makes you feel better.
The song will be available in iTunes, Google Music, and Spotify as well, for those who buy music on their devices.
The song itself was a synonym to the democratic movement during the Panchayat regime that ruled Nepal under a direct monarchy for 30 years during 1960-1990.
Composed and performed during that era, this song was considered a revolutionary song and hence was barred from being broadcast through Radio Nepal. It was later recorded for a film – Balidan, which was based on the theme of freedom fighters against the Panchayat regime.
A video has been cut using footage of Nepathya’s recent Nepal tour. The video also includes audience shots from across Nepal and beyond, captured while Nepathya performed this song.Tags - Nepathya , Music , Entertainment
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