Obscure to hold its first foreign concert in Australia

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 17:35, Mar 20,2017

 
 
Obscure

File photo shows Obscure members pose for a photo.

Popular band Obscure will be performing in different cities of Australia in their first ever foreign tour in March and April.

Obscure will perform in Australia’s capital Canberra on March 31, New Castle on April 1, Sydney on April 2 and Adelaide on April 8.

Founded in 1985, the band never held a show outside the country until now.

‘Though some may find it difficult to believe but Obscure has never performed outside the country in its 31 years’, Sayed Hasan Tipu, vocal of the band, told New Age.

‘The concerts will be held marking our Independence Day so we will be performing patriotic songs at the shows. We will also perform a few of Obscure’s popular songs as well’, said Tipu.

The shows will be organised by Bangabandhu Foundation and Bangabandhu Parishad, added Tipu.

The official lineup of Obscure consists of Tipu (vocal), Raju (bass), Shanto (guitar), Rinku (drums), Shaon (key-board) and Azam Babu (sound engineer).

Till date Obscure has released nine albums and many popular songs like Majhratey Chand, Mamotar Cheye Thaka and Tumi Chhile Kaalratey.

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