Eliezer Botzer-Lucky Ali release their third single ‘Virtually’

 Eliezer Botzer-Lucky Ali release their third single ‘Virtually’

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Renowned Israeli singer Eliezer Botzer and celebrated Indian artist Lucky Ali have released their third single, Virtually. The evocative song is accompanied by a stirring music video which was filmed in Ukraine during the war with entirely local crew and talent. The shooting of the video commenced in Ukraine before the war broke out and was completed during the war, which, unfortunately, has not yet ended.

Written in front of the Dead Sea in Israel, this contemporary folk/roots track lights the way for the project’s defining theme of peace for humanity by finding hope through connection. “The entire team symbolises the hope found in true connection. May there be only light and unity in our beautiful world. When virtual reality becomes reality, we call that Virtuality. When virtuality dominates the world, truth has no existence,” says Botzer.

Virtuality, nothing as it seems…’ Both as a friendly hint and a timely alarm, the mellifluous voices of two friends, artists and ‘men of peace’, beseech the listeners to step out from the virtual to reality, in the wake of the growing threat of a ‘technological pandemic’.

The track is also close to their hearts as the performances include background vocals of both of their daughters. The song showcases the artistry of over 30 musicians from both countries.

Virtually is thought-provoking and cinematic mix-media music video that comments on the perils of the tech-driven times we live in.

Botzer and Lucky Ali joined hands in 2017 and their collaboration, Eli Ali, have since grown big. They have so far released two singles in Hebrew, Hindi/Urdu and English, namely: On My Way (2019) and Amaraya (2021). Both the multi-lingual releases were met with a great response by audiences far and wide.

The collaboration between the two can be described in different ways: a connection between India and Israel, between Islam and Judaism, or between East and West. Their songs are a reflection of this dialogue, between two spiritual people who strive to create a reality where the impulse to listen is greater than the need to convince. To a great extent, what brings Botzer and Ali together is their commitment to giving voice to a deep inner truth, without attempting to adapt themselves to the industries in which they exist, or to popular tastes.


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