Sung by Sanjith Hegde, Usire is used to underline a very important narrative phase in Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B
With both instalments of Sapta Sagaradaache Ello now released, it is safe to say that Hemanth M Rao and music composer Charan Raj have delivered on the huge expectations. The rich soundtrack of the film offers as many as 12 songs which are spread across the two parts Side A and Side B and there's no denying that music is an integral part of the world that Hemanth & Co. created.
If the music of Side A focused on the tenderness of the relationship between Manu and Priya, Side B's score and songs shift tones drastically to capture the former's angst and longing. One such song in Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B is the haunting 'Usire', which the makers dropped earlier today.
Usire features the soothing vocals of Sanjith Hegde who brings to life the yearning that Manu carries with him while Charan Raj's dark synthwave arrangement accentuates that feeling. Those who have watched Side B would know that the song is used to underline a very important phase in the narrative when Manu, unwilling to accept his new reality, wanders in search of answers.
The lyrical video of the single also includes a few visuals from the film and some behind-the-scenes footage. But more importantly, music aficionados love the fact that brings together Sanjith Hegde and Charan Raj, who have previously delivered hit songs like 'Gunu Gunuguva' (Dalapathi), 'Nigooda Nigooda' (Kavaludaari) and 'Maadeva' (from Popcorn Monkey Tiger).
'Usire' is the fourth single to be released online from Sapta Sagaradaache Ello Side B after the title track, the melodious 'Olave Olave' and 'Dhare Neenididaasare'. The title track of Side B, of course, is a darker and grungier spin on the title track of Side A, with Karthik Chennoji Rao singing the new version.