Arunachal Pradesh government has thanked rock and roll band Parikrama for choosing the beautiful town of Mechuka as the destination for shooting the video for their upcoming song Tears of The Wizard.
The Arunachal Pradesh government stated on its official Twitter handle: “Thank you Parikrama for choosing Arunachal Pradesh to shoot “Tears of The Wizard”, which is their second official video after “But it rained”. The song has been shot in the scenic location of Mechuka.”
Mechuka, a small town, the headquarters of Shi-Yomi district, close to the Indo-China border, is 6,000 feet above the sea level in the Mechuka Valley of Arunachal Pradesh.
The Delhi-based rock band, which has been creating waves with their genre of rock and roll music, recently released the teaser of their new song Tears of the Wizard on their YouTube channel ParikramaOfficial.
Thank you Parikrama for choosing Arunachal Pradesh to shoot “Tears of The Wizard”, which is their second official video after “But it rained”. The song has been shot in the scenic location of Mechuka.
— MyGov Arunachal Pradesh (@MyGovArunachal) August 3, 2019
The song is inspired and written from the character of Gandalf the Grey of the Lord of the Rings.
The nine-member band has been belting out some famous hits for almost three decades now.
Some of the famous songs of the band includes But It Rained, Open Skies, Load Up, Xerox, Till I Am No One Again.
The music of the band is a fusion style as it incorporates the sound of both traditional and conventional music instruments in its songs.
Parikrama is undoubtedly the trendsetter as far as independent music bands in India are concerned.