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F Minor releases Valentine track ‘Poran Priyo’

  • Published at 09:04 pm February 12th, 2019
Poster of music video Poran Priyo- song by All-female Garo band F Minor
The song tells the love story of a couple in an indigenous community of the country | Courtesy

The song tells the love story of a couple in an ethnic minority community of the country. Renowned rock musician Partha Barua has worked as the music director on the track. Written by the band members, the song is sung both in Bangla and Garo language

F Minor, a popular all-female Garo band of Bangladesh, has recently launched a romantic song titled "Poran Priyo" to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

The song tells the love story of a couple in an ethnic minority community of the country. Renowned rock musician Partha Barua has worked as the music director on the track. Written by the band members, the song is sung both in Bangla and Garo language. 

The music video for the song is now available on the official Facebook page and YouTube channel of Robi Axiata Limited, one of the leading mobile network operators in the country.

Shot in various breathtaking locations of Bandarban, "Poran Priyo" is the first music video of F Minor. The lifestyles and internet consumption behaviour of the ethnic people of Bangladesh have been portrayed in the music video.

F Minor started their journey in October 2016. The band intends to represent the music and culture of the ethnic groups living in Bangladesh, as well as cover other genres of world music. Folk music of ethnic communities works as one of the foremost influences for the band.

Currently, the band consists of five members — Pinky Chiran (vocals), Nadia Ritchil (guitar, ukulele and vocals), Gloria Manda (lead guitar), Diba Chicham (kajon), and Akiu Marma (keyboards).