The tracks from Guru Randhawa's debut album, "Man of the Moon," have been made available. He is a Punjabi singer-composer. The album's seven songs are sure to make fans happy. It includes ‘Signs’, ‘Fake Love’, ‘Tera Ki Khayal’, ‘Rona Rona’, ‘Fayaah Fayaah’, ‘Moon Rise’ and ‘Black Raat’.
The album has taken fans to the moon and we are amazed that Guru has come up with such amazing tracks. It is already known that the audio of all seven songs has been released, but today the team has come up with the video of their first song. They chose ‘Signs’.
Yes, the music video of the Signs has been made to the video releasing platforms. And it has been directed and edited by none other than the perfect duo of Rupan Bal and Dilpret VFX. Now, coming to the music video and the song's catchy beat, ‘Signs’ is a sad romantic song, which illustrates the story of betrayal. When it comes to the video, it allows you to manipulate light, placement, and objects, allowing you to see (or not to see) various aspects of the video. And obviously, from director Rupan Bal, we can surely expect something massive. Each and every project of the music video director has created a buzz among fans.
And not to forget Dilpreet VFX. He is the backbone and major supporter of the video. The editing master has a rich experience in visuals and effects. And we must say, Rupan and Dipreet always create something magical and out-of-the-box. And in the beautiful song, they have added the cherry on top. We have watched the video on loop, and the picturesque story is the foremost attention-grabbing element in the Signs’ video.
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Meanwhile, speaking of the other six songs, the pop sensation guarantees that each song has a distinct and contemporary vibe. Guru worked on the album with Sanjoy, Amar Sandhu, Vee, and Ikka Singh. The complete tracklist is a terrific listen for many types of moods because each song has a unique flavour and tone.
If you missed it, take a look at the video below: