Feedback is one of the bands that played a big hand in the changing music tastes of Bangladeshi music lovers over their four-decade journey. From their very first performance on 11 October, 1976, they have left their footprint in the music space of Bangladesh with songs like “Ei Din Chirodin Robey”, “Melay Jaire”, “Moushumi” and many more. The band is set to release their new song “Joy Houk” soon, with a current lineup of Foad Nasser (keys) Labu Rahman (guitar), Enam Elahi Tonty (drums) Shahnur Rahman Lumin (vocals), John Shaton Munshi (bass) and Raihan Al Hasan (acoustic guitar and vocals)
Bangladesh's cricket is the inspiration behind the lyrics “Joy Houk”. Cricket in Bangladesh isn't just a sport today; it's the emotion of a nation. When this country is playing cricket, countrymen get united. It changes the environment and the dynamics, and more importantly it has brought Bangladesh back to the winning spree. Cricket is the harbinger of a great future; a growing and winning Bangladesh. Every time they play, we shout our hearts out. Every win is for the country, every fall is the preparation for the next battle. “Joy Houk” is a manifestation of regenerated Bangladesh's attitude and spirit. The fans' trust in Bangladesh Cricket Team is at the heart of “Joy Houk” from Feedback, and it sets the tone of the powerful journey of this great nation.
The writer is a communication professional working with an advertising company.