Midival Punditz is back with a second single, Nukta, the track released on the group's official YouTube account. The song is very different and the band has collaborated with long-time partner and trusted vocalist, Kutle Khan from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
This song has a distinct, heavy style of composition and an arrangement with dark undertones, but the meaning of the words is very encouraging and positive. The lyrics are adapted - as has been done earlier- from the beautiful writings of the 17th-century Sufi poet, Baba Bulleh Shah.
The number has a unique sound and showcases different styles of Indian folk mixed with Sufi strains. Nukhta has a much darker vibe as compared to the other songs by Punditz, but it still manages to be catchy. Kurtle Khan's vocals are dreamy and perfectly complement the instrumentation. Check out the track right here.
Previously, Punditz's Rootha yaar was also based on the writings of Baba Bulle Shah, but featured Indian classical prodigy Sukanya Chattopadhyay. Did you like the band's second single, Nukhta? Let us know your views in the comments section below.