A video showing members of the band Herat playing the band’s new song “I’ll Make You” in the bush has gone viral on social media.
The video was posted on YouTube on Thursday and was taken on July 31.
It was posted to Facebook, which was set up to allow users to post videos.
It shows members of Herat performing the song in a wild setting in the province’s north.
In the video, a woman is seen sitting in a bush near the band members’ camp, while they play the song.
Herat’s singer and drummer said they didn’t expect it to go viral, and that the video is an attempt to get people talking about the band and the province.
“We just wanted to make sure people understand that we’ve been in this situation before and we know what to do,” guitarist and singer Zhena Nogel said.
“It was a really fun experience for us.”
Herat is a provincial band and had already been playing for about a year.
Heras guitarist and vocalist Zheno Nogels band, Herat, released their second album, Songs for Herat in 2016.
They toured Canada in 2017 with the group’s sister band, the Hmong American Roots.
Herats band is one of the country’s most popular bands.
The band has sold more than a million albums worldwide, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
They performed their latest album, “Dirty Little Secret,” in front of more than 10,000 people in Taiwan on July 17.