Chandigarh 6th February 2020. One of the voices from the popular 90s band
Aryans, is that of Sadasivan KM Nambisan aka Sadu. Vocalist, lyricist, composer and
a founder member of the famous erstwhile pop act, is out with a romantic number
reminiscent of the popular love hits, his vocals were synonymous with.
Carrying forward the legacy of hummable melodies from Aryans, that gave us
unforgettable hits — such as Aankhon Mein Tera Hi Chehra, Dekha Hai Teri Aankhon
Ko and Yeh Hawa Kehti Hai Kya —Sadu seeks to bring back the era of “good music
with simple melodies and nice lyrics.”
Sadu, came back after a short gap with his solo single titled Mausam, in December
2019. The track received lakhs of hits across streaming platforms and was recorded
with live instruments and no programming whatsoever, in contrast to the trend of
the recordings practices prevalent nowadays.
His latest release Hor Kinne Suboot Lyawaan, is an ode to lasting love, with timeless
lyrics, set to contemporary beats in a soft electronic arrangement. The video/single
releases on February 5th, 2020. Like Mausam, Hor Kinne Suboot Lyawaan is also a romantic melody. While Mausam
narrates the anticipation of meeting a love interest and intensity of the waiting
period, Hor Kinne… celebrates the sheer magic of serendipity that brings two people
together and for that very reason it should be reiterated and cherished, time and
“Beyond sky-high plugins and fancy gadgets, a simple melody can truly stand out.
Sometimes simple lyrics communicate the expression in the most effective manner
and on occasion a weeping guitar expresses the emotion in the best fashion. I’m
pleasantly surprised and also not surprised at the same time, to see how warmly
people have responded to Mausam, I hope they receive Hor Kinne Suboot with as
much warmth,” says Sadu. Hor Kinne Suboot Lyawaan is composed & sung written by Sadu. The lyrics for the
song are co-written by Sadu& Deeksha Dudeja. Video of the track is directed by
Jayant H Verma, and produced by Seventh Angle Productions under Sunitha
Sadasivan, with production by Big Noise.