Nepathya leaves Hobart audience spellbound
KATHMANDU: After successfully performing in Brisbane, Darwin and Adelaide, Nepal's popular folk-rock band, Nepathya, rocked the audience at Tasmania Hall, in Hobart of Australia, on Sunday evening.
As the clock struck 7:00, Nepathya played their hit music video 'Sa Karnali' and new song 'Sanjirakha' written by poet Tusli Diwas on a big screen before the band members took the centre stage at the full house hall.
During the show, Nepathya, played their old and new songs to entertain audiences in their maiden performance in Hobart.
"Along with this much-awaited concert, Nepathya also brought festive mood and patriotism among Nepalis living in Hobart," Rojina Tamrakar said after attending the concert.
She further said they were grateful to the band for creating such an ambience in a foreign land.
As usual, Gurung was supported by Dhurba Lama on drums, Suraj Thapa on keyboards, Subin Shakya on bass guitar, Niraj Gurung on guitars and Shanti Raymajhi on madal.
After the Hobart show, Nepathya’s concert entourage will head to Sydney to perform on December 14, the band said. Nepathya is currently touring Australia for the fifth time with new music series.