Embark on a melodious journey of love and light; Delhi band Seasons releases latest original 'Farishta’

 Embark on a melodious journey of love and light; Delhi band Seasons releases latest original 'Farishta’

India, April 15, 2024 – Seasons, the dynamic pop rock band hailing from Delhi, has released their latest original single, "Farishta." This captivating track, released on April 11, 2024, captures the band's signature blend of infectious rhythms, soul-stirring melodies, and heartfelt lyrics.

Formed in 2015 during the college days of founding members Dhritiman (lead singer) and Teerthankar (backing vocals/lead guitarist), Seasons has emerged as a powerful voice in the Indian music scene. Featuring Sanidhya on keyboard, Taara on drums, and Abhishek on bass, the new release "Farishta," mixed and mastered by Ssameer at Rhythm Solutions, strikes a poignant chord with its celebration of love.

"Farishta" is more than just a song; it's a love letter to the guiding lights that help us traverse the darkest tunnels of life. Dhritiman describes it as a tribute to those who, like angels, bring light and solace when we need it most. The song will resonate with anyone who has experienced the warmth of unconditional love.


"The story behind each of our songs is quite unique," says Dhritiman. "While our last release, 'Teri Nazar,' represented the fresh sound of an early spring morning, 'Farishta' embodies a late spring/early summer vibe. It's a song that can be interpreted in multiple ways, but at its core, it's about love in all its forms."

Teerthankar adds, “‘Farishta’ is a song that embodies the essence of love and hope. Musically, it is a seamless blend of genres, incorporating elements of pop, rock, acoustic, and modern electronic soundscapes."

In addition to their latest release, Seasons has won hearts of audiences with previous hits such as "Kaise Kahun," "Waqt," "All Day All Night," and "Jolise Jolibo." Their love for different kinds of music inspired Seasons to create “Bondhu Reh,” blending Bengali and Assamese folk styles. This song became earned them global recognition after being featured in the documentary “Noor Islam” and shown at top film festivals. Seasons then worked with the popular singer Prakash Jaiswal for “Naam Hi,” a song that combined their talents and showed their ability to mix different musical styles.

Beyond the recording studio, Seasons truly comes alive on stage, mesmerising crowds in cities throughout India with their electrifying live performances.

"Farishta" is now available on all major platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Wynk, YouTube Music, and YouTube.

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About Seasons

Seasons, a pop rock band hailing from India, emerged in 2015 when founding members Dhritiman (lead singer) and Teerthankar (backing vocals/lead guitarist) joined forces during their college years.  Seasons celebrates life's changing seasons and their unique allure. Their journey began with a simple yet profound idea: each season holds its own charm, from spring's renewal to winter's serenity. This philosophy shaped Seasons' artistic path. With the addition of keyboardist Sanidhya and drummer Taara, the band crafted music that echoed the essence of their favorite seasons. In 2017, Seasons introduced themselves to the world with their debut single, 'Kaise Kahun,' a love ballad that struck a chord with listeners nationwide.

Expanding their repertoire, they explored themes of time in 'Waqt' and ventured into international collaborations with 'All Day All Night.' Back home, they embraced their roots with tracks like 'Xomoi' and 'Jolise Jolibo,' capturing the essence of college life and advocating for change through their music.

Their diverse musical influences culminated in 'Bondhu Reh,' blending Bengali and Assamese folk elements and earning them international acclaim. Recently, their collaboration with Prakash Jaiswal on 'Naam Hi' showcased their collaborative spirit and ability to transcend musical boundaries.

But Seasons truly shines on stage, captivating audiences across India and fostering connections through the universal language of music, from Delhi NCR to Rishikesh, Udaipur, Dehradun, and Guwahati.


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