A screenshot from the music video

Popular rock band Parikrama on Wednesday released the video of their song Tears of the Wizard shot extensively in Mechuka, Arunachal Pradesh.

The video was released in their YouTube channel ParikramaOfficial.

The video presents snapshots of Mechuka’s breathtaking beauty.

Informing about the release of the song, Arunachal Pradesh CM Pema Khandu tweeted “Told you Arunachal has best scenic beauty to offer. Enjoy the beauty of #Mechuka‘s alpine valley in the official music video of #TearsOfTheWizard by India’s Rock band @parikrama released today. We welcome more such music bands, filmmakers to Arunachal.”

The song Tears of the Wizard is inspired and written from the character of Gandalf the Grey from the movie Lord of the Rings.

The makers behind this song include Nitin Malik (Vocals), Sonam Sherpa (Guitars), Saurabh Chaudhry (Guitars), Gaurav Balani (Bass Guitar), Subir Malik (Organs/Keys), Srijan Mahajan (Drums) Sharat Chandra Srivastava (Violin Solo).

The band has been belting out some famous hits for almost three decades now.

Some of the famous songs of the band include But It Rained, Open Skies, Load Up, Xerox, and Till I Am No One Again.

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