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و چنان بی تابم، که دلم می خواهد
بدوم تا ته دشت، بروم تا سر کوه
دورها آوایی است، که مرا می خواند

Sohrab was born in Tehran in 1984. He was seven when the Iran-Iraq war ended. His name, from an old poem called ‘Shahname’, means ‘rouge water’, which can also mean ‘blood’. He started a punk band with his brother and a friend, which lasted about two years before splitting. Sohrab is totally isolated in Iran, with little or no connection to what is happening there.


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  • GeorgesDanton

    i didn't expect i will hear something as nice as this. great !

    22 Feb 1:46pm Reply
  • stefanlichtblau

    A portrait of Sohrab in German at the Austrian Radio ORF Sohrab, hoping to get asyl in germany

    12 Apr 2012 Reply
  • blueskin69

    there's a new charity compilation put out by touch music. you can buy it here and heighten sohrab's chance to be granted political asylum in germany after all:

    12 Jun 2011 Reply
  • blueskin69

    i've bought the charity track yesterday. totally worth it!

    21 May 2011 Reply
  • bagrec

    "As you may know, Sohrab managed to leave Iran late last year for Germany, where he appealed for political asylum having been interned in Brandenburg. This appeal has failed and he is trying to raise funds to appeal against this latest ruling. If he fails, it is probable that Sohrab will be flown back to Iran and arrested at Tehran Airport… Europe is reassessing its policy to 'immigrants' on a daily basis, partly because of the rise of the political right, but also because of the influx of refugees from the 'Arab Spring'. The vast majority are being unceremoniously shipped back to their point of origin…" Get over to and do your bit...

    20 May 2011 Reply
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