CAIRO – 12 February 2019: Egyptian famed band Sharmoofers released their song entitled “Enfesam” (Schizophrenia) from their latest album which bears the same name.
The video clip was a surprise to Sharmoofers' fans as it houses a notable group of celebrities such as famed Egyptian actor Fathi Abdel Wahab, Egyptian rising star Hend Abdel Halim,
Egyptian rising actor Ahmed Khaled Saleh and famed YouTuber Marwan Younis.
“Enfesam”'s décor was designed to appear as if they are in a mental asylum.
It is worth mentioning that Sharmoofers will be performing a concert at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on Sunday, March 24.
In 2012, Ahmed Bahaa, Mohamed el-Arkan and Ezz Shahwan got together & formed Sharmoofers; since then they’ve been impacting the world’s youth with positive groovy music.
Starting off online, the band’s music has managed to reach millions, and they have more than 588,000 followers on Facebook and are growing more popular on social media.
They first performed on Bassem Youssef's “Bernameg” show in 2013 and then performed live at a concert at Al-Azhar Park in 2014.
Sharmoofers are known for using unique lyrics, far away from the traditional common lyrics fans got used to.
The Egyptian band is known for their spontaneous and funny ways of performing. Sharmoofers caused a state of havoc with their latest song “Zamba” which promotes breaking the daily routine and enjoying jolly music to avoid negativity and be happy no matter what.
The band chose the name “Zamba” for their video clip. Red Indian style costumes with really shiny and bizarre colors were chosen for the clip.
Sharmoofers surprised their fans after releasing their first romantic song, titled “Moftaked el-Habiba” (I Miss a Lover), including a video featuring famous Egyptian actress Yasmine Raeis.
The clip of "Moftaqed el-Habiba" was directed by Hady el-Bagory. Sharmoofers already won the following awards in their short career:
• MEMA Awards
• Digital Media Presence Award
• ACA Awards nomination
-Ahmed Bahaa: Vocalist
- Moe el-Arkan: Bassist
- Ahmed Aly: Percussionist
- Mostafa Kerdani: Drummer
- Mohamed Labib: Saxophonist
- Islam Ali AKA Solly: Trumpeter
- Adel Mohamed: Percussionist