A Hwange based upcoming music group Immortal Sounds is working on a debut album entitled, “Fragile” which is set to be released on the 20th of September.

The title track “Fragile” is about the challenges that the group has experienced in the environment in which they live in and how they have overcame them.

Immortal Sounds is already enjoying the support of the public following three videos they have done in the past few months.

The videos are all on YouTube and the latest is a hit entitled, “Empumalanga” which depicts the lifestyle at the high density suburb in the mining town.

Considering the efforts they are putting in their work,  Mandlenkosi Dube-lead vocalist of the group, feels the group will be one of the most prominent on radio and television stations in the next two years and urges all upcoming musicians to take the industry seriously to break through.

“I would like to advise fellow local artists that they should think outside the box. It should not end with recording the music. They must have a plan on what to do next after recording the music. They must know how to relate with their followers and they must do a thorough research so that their projects are a success,” he said.

Immortal Sounds has four members, between the ages of 21 and 26, each with a different role.

After making a collective effort to pool resources together, they bought studio equipment and Dounda house to rent from which they practice and record their music.

A local media organisation based in Victoria Falls has been contracted to oversee and arrange shows for the group.