Thermal and a Quarter today released a video for their single Where The State Has No Name. It talks about the need for people to exert their cultural identity their want to impose them. In all, a fantastic video with a fantastic message.
Thermal and a Quarter today released a brand new video ‘Where The State has No Name’. Taaq is well known for their insightful commentary on the commonplace and the dailies and usually tend to dazzle us with their soulful visuals. This video is no exception.
According to an NH7 article, the song was inspired by Hyderabad. They went on to compose and debut it in Hyderabad too. The video references the Telangana and the Puducherry balkanization issues, but because of its metaphorical nature the message does seem to get lost with all the wandering and the confusion of the main protaganist Balaji Perumal in China/Hong Kong.
TAAQ is a Bangalore band that has won numerous awards. They currently have four albums and scores of live performances under their belt. They describe their genre as “Bangalore Rock.“
‘Where The State Has No Name- Thermal and a Quarter’