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Press Release |  21 Aug 2018 19:36 |  By RnMTeam

Gaurav Balani's Inalab single 'Help Me Fly' addresses crimes against women

MUMBAI: Gaurav Balani’s newest Inalab single, Help Me Fly, addresses crimes against women, in all its forms. Inalab is Gaurav’s collaborative project that features his creations independent of his other roles.

Featuring Mumbai-based singer Apeksha Dandekar, Jai Row Kavi on drums, the track has been mixed and mastered by Keshav Dhar (of the Sky Harbour fame). 

Speaking about the track, Gaurav says, “In the video, we've focused on one character to put forward the thought process of a woman dealing with these issues. We’ve depicted her in two shades. One is a dark character, who is on the verge of surrendering to the negativity, after being put through these atrocities. And, the second one is a positive character that wants to fight these forces and help herself get out of the situation and unite everyone against these issues.”

Watch the video here:

The video has been supported by several women icons such as Anusha Dandekar, Shibani Dandekar, Aditi Singh Sharma and Shalmali Kolgade along with the NGO, Make Love Not Scars (that works with Acid Attack survivors). Inlab has had four releases so far.

Gaurav Balani is a bass player/ composer from New Delhi, India. Alongside his heavy-duty touring and performance commitments with some of the biggest acts of the country, including Parikrama, Shubha Mudgal, Aditi Singh Sharma. He is making waves with his solo projects.