Kurtz and Peysin walk the streets of Manhattan spreading the message of Moshiach during the Israel Day Parade and soon have a crowd following them.
The Rogers Park band once again delivers a heartfelt single with a taste of the past, accompanied by a fresh music video.
Band leaders Mordy Kurtz and Yosef Peysin took the lively Chabad nigun in Yiddish titled "Zol Shoin Zein Di Geulah" and gave it a remake true to its roots. The niggun prayers for the coming of Moshiach and was sung by the Rebbe's farbrengens in 770 Eastern Parkway.
In the new music "Geulah," produced and directed by Danny Finkelman of Sparks Next Productions, Kurtz and Peysin walk the streets of Manhattan spreading the message of Moshiach during the Israel Day Parade and soon have a crowd following them.
The 3rd installment of our Niggunim & Yiddish Project
Rogers Park Band -
Mordy Kurtz and Yosef Peysin
Directed by Daniel Finkelman
Produced by Miryam Rabinowitz
DP - Sawyer Purman
AD / Sound - Ben Anderson
1st AC - Godfred Sedano
2nd AC / DIT - Jorge Mejia
PA - David Ort
PA - Caskey Dyer
PA - Alteb Kalefa
PA - Joey Horner
Post by Sawyer Purman
Lilly Beth Kestenbaum
Boss Revolution float
Music Produced by: Matt Dougherty - Side Door Studios
Recorded at: Command Space Audio - Chicago, IL
The song is part of their newly released album "Petersburg". Their first album "The Maggid" (2016) quickly got recognized and made a name for the band as an energetic original music group.