This song released by Bloodywood is already intense in the manner that the whole track is arranged…it has most definitely a metal song with some Indian sonic elements as per usual with the band. But this time they created and crafted a song with strong verses, pre-choruses, a massive arena shattering chorus, a bridge, and outro…basically they took all the important elements of songs that touch many people’s hearts and churned out a moving tribute to loved ones who have passed away – both human and animal.
Read the full synopsis below and how the band teamed up with animal shelters:
“Yaad” (Hindi for “remember’ or “in memory”) is about the power of accepting the loss of a loved one and moving on. The lyrics celebrate the permanent impact they have on us, reiterating the belief that we carry them in our best memories, no matter how far apart we may be.
The music video is shot in between the snow-capped mountains of the Himalayas and urban India, the music video uses the bond between a man and a dog to highlight its message. The video will release on the 27th of March, 2020 along with the track.
In the spirit of the message, Bloodywood has partnered with the Posh Foundation (a non-government, not-for-profit animal shelter and rescue organization) and using the profits made on the very successful debut tour of Europe named “Raj Against the Machine” in 2019, purchased an animal ambulance van for the organization. This van will potentially help save the lives of 27,000 homeless animals in the National Capital Region of India over the next 5 years.”