Pakistani pop-rock band Mizmaar is all set to release its new single "Jogi" in collaboration with Shubha Mudgal. The song was inspired by the current global unrest.
"Jogi" will be released on July 28, and with this new song, the band hopes to reach out to those affected by global violence, which is currently on the rise.
The band believes that "Jogi" will help people to come up with ways to co-exist and to find the right way to bring world peace. "Jogi is a song about seeking God and praying to end the suffering that the entire human race is facing," Mizmaar frontman Kashan Admani said in an email interview with International Business Times India.
Mizmaar was formed in 2000 by Admani and the band rose to fame after the release of their debut album "Kash." But shortly after the release of their second album in 2007, the band went on a hiatus, which ended in 2015. The band is currently working on their third album.
Talking about their most recent collaboration, Admani, who is also the band's guitarist, said that Palash Sen and Alok Parande from the band Euphoria were instrumental in bringing Mizmaar and Mudgal together. Mizmaar and Sen have previously worked together in "Yeh Dil," yet another project meant to bring harmony between the two countries.
On working with musicians from India, Admani said he has nothing but good experience. "We actually don't face any challenges collaborating with Indian artists. Artists from both sides of the border have a similar mindset and love to work with each other to produce quality music," he said. "We plan to do many more collaborations in this album and are hoping to work with some of the biggest names from the Indian music industry." However, there are no Bollywood projects currently in the pipeline.