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Farhan releases latest single 'Pain or Pleasure' from his debut album 'Echoes'

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 06-04-2019 15:14 IST | Created: 06-04-2019 15:03 IST
Farhan releases latest single 'Pain or Pleasure' from his debut album 'Echoes'
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Farhan Akhtar has released a new single from his debut album 'Echoes' on Saturday. The actor-singer shared the news through an Instagram post. The song is titled 'Pain or Pleasure'. "You can now listen to my latest single Pain or Pleasure Go get your copy now! Link In Bio #PainOrPleasure#Echoes," the actor captioned.

The multi-talented star who is credited with some foot-tapping numbers like 'Rock On', 'Pichle Saat', 'Dil Dhadakne Do' and 'Havan Kund', etc. from his films, had shared an update on Instagram last month about the upcoming release of his album. "Hey .. my debut album 'Echoes' will be out really soon. Each of the 11 songs on the album have special meaning to me and I can't wait for you to hear them Pre-order now via my link in bio to get your copy as soon as it's released Big hug #echoes #debutalbum."

'Echoes' will have 11 songs in all, of which 'Seagull', 'Why Couldn't It Be Me' have been released already. Farhan had shared in a tweet: 'Why couldn't it be me' is about the loss of innocence and childhood in an adult's war'. [{424f3c9f-fd49-491c-b475-a11e59459fe1:intradmin/Screenshot_2.png}] Farhan recently wrapped up shooting for 'The Sky Is Pink' alongside Priyanka Chopra.



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