How The Yellow Diary got its name | FaceTime Friday

By Bandook - June 22, 2018

And a few more personal questions about the rock band’s music

The Yellow Diary bring a rare freshness to the Indian rock music scene with their unique poetic flair. If you’ve heard their recently released Marz EP, you’ll be aware of their stirring sound. Why stirring? Because it stirs a well of emotions within you.

Have you heard Himonshu Parikh, Rajan Batra, Vaibhav Pani, Stuart DaCosta and Sahil Shah live? If they’re performing in a city near you, we suggest you drop everything and check them out.

But how are they when they aren’t on stage? If you’ve been following our series of short interviews with the group, you’ll be aware of how good they are, as a unit.

In this #FacetimeFriday Interview, we ask the boys some obvious questions (How they came up with the name, why these three songs as an introduction to their music and the songs from the EP they’d like remixed), a not-so-obvious one (we felt Afzai ended abruptly, they didn’t) and urge them to offer tips to independent artists looking to expand their horizons what they can do to inspire confidence in music labels to take their music to bigger audiences.

Here’s how that chat went down…

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