Anoushka Maskey’s new album is all set to release amid her Sunny Side Down Tour’24

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Sikkim-born pop sensation Anoushka Maskey is gradually becoming one of the most rising pop stars of India. Starting from last winter the popularity of Anoushka’s The Sunny Side Down Tour’24 is helping her to gain a substantial milestone in her short-spanning music career. The musician is all set to rock the stage with her first full live band setup giving her fans a new dimension to her performances. The band consists of Sudan (stage name) on bass, Shivang Kapadia on drums, Saransh Shukla on guitar, and Nathan Thampy on keyboards.  Amidst the tour, the youngster is preparing songs from her upcoming album Most of the Days with fresh arrangements. During an interview with Indulge, the singer shared some interesting facts about her journey and projects. Let’s check out what she had said. 

Anoushka Maskey said to maintain a strong sense of trust in her musical intuition

Talking with the outlet the singer shared the moment of the beginning of beginning of her musical career. “My fondest recollections of embracing music trace back to my brother. He frequently filled our home with booming tunes from the speakers or the strumming of his guitar, accompanied by his singing — like the nostalgic 90s and early 2000s home videos capturing kids enthusiastically performing for their families — except, in my case, there was no coercion involved. Unfortunately, my brother spent much of his time away at boarding school, leaving us with only brief, sporadic opportunities, maybe once or twice a year, to jam together,” she said.

Moreover, the singer also shared her secret of creativity. The singer noted,“I maintain a strong sense of trust in my musical intuition. I’ve made meaningful and resonant music, both for others and myself, by allowing myself to be guided by the emotions and impulses that arise within me. I believe that by striking a balance between trusting my instincts and remaining receptive to the input of collaborators, I can continue to grow and become a musician.”

The singer’s early influences on Bob Dylan and Tom Waits hugely impacted musical style. She said of her songwriting and composition style, “It’s fascinating how, almost involuntarily, I found myself pulled to a folk ballad, perhaps as a natural response to the depth of my experiences. The songwriting hints at a potential shift in my creative direction — one that welcomes the raw honesty and uninhibited storytelling characteristic of folk music. It is a curious path to ponder whether I will continue to gravitate towards this style of writing and composition in the coming year.”

Also Read: Indian Rising Pop Sensation Kayan Opened Up About Her Musical Journey

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