Last June, Kaavish treated fans to a studio version of their hit song Faasle, reigniting a fervour for their distinctive sound. The release served as a litmus test, proving the enduring demand for Kaavish in the music market.
Now, the revered semi-classical band has announced its return to the live music scene. The group made the announcement on social media with a captivating image, featuring the original Kaavish maestros Jaffer Zaidi and Maaz Maudood, joined by bassist Khalid Khan, guitarist Awais Kazmi, and drummer Louis J Pinto. The accompanying caption left no room for ambiguity, proudly declaring, “Kaavish has gone live!”
The online community erupted with enthusiasm as fans and peers alike expressed their overwhelming support for the band’s comeback. Heartfelt comments flooded the post, with singer Abdul Hannan contributing a simple yet powerful heart emoji. “Am I dreaming?” a user asked, whilen an ardent fan pleaded, “Only a new Kaavish album can fix me now,” echoing the sentiments of countless others.
“Please don’t stop this time!” urged a user, while another added, “The news we want to hear.” Among the well-wishers, musician Anirudh Varma shared, “Much awaited and needed, super excited for this!” Meanwhile, singer Uzair Jaswal and other ecstatic fans chimed in with emojis and expressive words that encapsulated the collective excitement.
Formed in 1998, Kaavish is a musical powerhouse known for its soul-stirring tracks such as Bachpan, Tere Pyaar Mein, Moray Sayyaan, Nindiya Re, and Faasle.
While details about new music are still under wraps, the news of Kaavish returning to the live scene has brought a sense of solace and excitement to fans. The band’s artistic prowess and ability to evoke deep emotions through their music ensure that their return will be celebrated, marking a new chapter in their illustrious musical journey.
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