Shunno

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Shunno
Shunno members 2016.jpg
From left to right: Andrew Michael Gomes, Rafatul Bari Labib, Ishmamul Farhad and Imrul Karim Emil
Background information
Origin Dhaka, Bangladesh
Genres Alternative rock, Pop rock
Years active 2007–present
Labels ME Label [1]
Members
  • Imrul Karim Emil
  • Andrew Michael Gomes
  • Ishmamul Farhad
  • Rafatul Bari Labib
Past members
  • Shaker Raza

Shunno (Bengali: শূন্য) is an alternative rock, pop rock band from Dhaka, Bangladesh.

History[edit]

Shunno was founded in 2007 by two friends: Imrul Karim Emil and Shaker Raza, with Emil on vocals and Shaker on lead guitar. Later, two more members were recruited: Andrew Michael Gomes and Rafatul Bari Labib, with Michael on bass and Labib on drums.[2] In 2016, Shaker Raza left the band, and was replaced by Ishmamul Farhad on lead guitar.

Shunno released their first album Notun Srot on April 15, 2008, and a year later, they released their second album Shoto Asha on April 15, 2009. Two years later, they released their third album Gorbo Bangladesh on April 15, 2011, and three years after that, they released their fourth album Bhaago on April 15, 2014.

Discography[edit]

  • Notun Srot (2008) [3]
  • Shoto Asha (2009) [4]
  • Gorbo Bangladesh (2011) [5]
  • Bhaago (2014) [6]
  • Lottery (2017)

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