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Single Review – One Myna by Kapil Seshasayee

With latest single ‘One Myna’, Scottish-Indian musician Kapil Seshasayee explores his Tamil heritage in a concise, melodic number.

‘One Myna’ opens with Kapil’s distinctive vocals, setting the tone for the track. The entrance of Diljeet Bhachu, Kapil’s wife, on flute adds a traditional South Indian flair to the track, complemented by live rhythms from Edwin Stewart McLachlan. Together they infuse ‘One Myna’ with the sounds and influences reflective of Kapil’s heritage.

Musically, the song captures an essence of joy and tranquillity associated with summer days and peaceful moments. At its core, the song delves into the idea of patience and perseverance, urging listeners to find positivity even in times of waiting and uncertainty. Through infectious melodies and introspective lyrics, ‘One Myna’ serves as a celebration of cultural identity and an ode to embracing life’s journey with optimism.

 ‘One Myna’ is out now

Main Photo Credit: Sean Patrick Campbell

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