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The band began its musical quest on January 2nd, 2003 playing live gigs in hotels and lounge bars. It was essentially an acoustic blues band before it kicked off as a rock outfit. Lead singer Abhaya Subba is the founder member of the band , while Rinchen Palzar who now plays the lead guitar joined the band in early 2004. Pramod on the bass joined the band mid 2009 and Sarik Bogati who had been playing with AATSI previously for over two years recently rejoined the band.

Abhaya had always been featured in well known bands such as Parikrama, Red Skywalkers and Punchtatva but what she had been seeking for was a band that would let her express herself fully and have a similar vision. Their first self titled album, released in February 2005, was a runaway success and the band managed to carve a niche amongst the youth of Nepal. With their groundbreaking second album, Nayan, hitting the Nepali charts and embracing a larger listenership, this band has established themselves as one of the best that Nepal has ever seen or heard.

They have been nominated for several major music awards in Nepal and were awarded the honour of being the Number 1 band of Nepal by Radio Kantipur in 2009. They have performed extensively all over Nepal and have been invited to major concerts in Hong Kong, Australia and India.

Their best is yet to come. They are now in the process of recording their third album and are raring to push the benchmark and to make music a thinking, entertaining and steamy affair.

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