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News |  03 Jun 2021 11:02 |  By RnMTeam

New Age band PA System release their fourth track "Didn't Mean A Thing" from their highly anticipated album "Strangers Down The Hall"

MUMBAI: New Age band PA System recently released their fourth single “Didn’t Mean A Thing” from their album Strangers Down The Hall. They started off by releasing their hugely hit single “Black and Blue” In February 2021. They then released their singles “In the Breeze” and “Oasis” which kept the buzz on their album going.

“Didn’t Mean A Thing” is now their latest release with a beautifully shot music video. The music video was shot rite in time before lockdown was announced. The band says " Didn't mean a thing is about a state of mind where one can move away from comfortable surroundings or people with a sense of being unwary and independent.

It's the 4th track from the album Strangers down the hall and has a music video to it on PA System 's YouTube channel. The song is available on all streaming platforms.PA System is an Indie pop/Alternative band formed in 2018 in Chennai, India. Writing and performing their originals for over a year now, they've played in major venues in Chennai including The Annual Covelong Festival as the opening act on the Surf Turf stage and The Annual Global Isai Festival organised by Exodus.They released their debut EP titled “On Day Like This” in 2020.

The EP caught the attention of Dr. A.R. Rahman who shared the band’s music over a tweet. The second track from the EP, "She", was also aired on BBC South Asian Network Radio hosted by Ashanti Omkar. Set to release over 2021, “Strangers Down The Hall” marks their departure from the rustic sounds of their debut EP and breaks new ground by presenting a plethora of new genres that the band have dabbled in while recording the album. Speaking about the upcoming album the band members say “ ‘Strangers Down The Hall’ is an amalgamation of all the ideas we came up with over the last two years since we first started PA System back in 2018. We produced them into finished tracks over the course of the lockdown, and we’re looking to broaden our horizons with a fresh palette of sounds that we have incorporated into these songs.”