Amartya Bobo Rahut’s song an ode to scenic hill town of Kasauli
Mumbai, Dec 16 (IANS) Singer-songwriter Amartya Bobo Rahut has talked about his recent song ‘Noor Kasauli’ which he says is dedicated to the lovely picturesque town in Himachal Pradesh.
The song is composed and sung by Amartya and it is written by Pratyush Prakash.
Speaking about the song Amartya says: “I simply loved the vibe of this quaint little town Kasauli so ended up making a song on it. It’s called ‘Noor-Kasauli’. It’s a pretty happy and uplifting Ukulele-driven song that talks about the beauty of the place and its people. Basically, a love song for the mountain lover in each of us.
Amartya as an indie musician began last year when he released his first single ‘Shaam Simiti’, post that he has released numerous singles like ‘Chup Chup’ and ‘Mere Aulia’ and the cult number ‘Thikana’. He also composed independent albums with Amit Trivedi and Shriram Iyer and others.
He shares more about his new song, saying: “Me and a couple of my friends went on a trip to this quaint hill station, and immediately fell in love with its vibe. The streets, the people, so much so that I wondered, what better way to pay homage to this beautiful place than make a song on it. In the process, we shot random footage of the cityscape from our phone cameras and captured moments as and when we could. Presenting ‘Noor Kasauli’, may the light of this city never die”.
‘Noor Kasauli’ is released on YouTube and streaming on other platforms as well.