One way for fans of Malaysian rock band Hujan to stave off their boredom at home is by blasting the band’s music all day long!

“We miss performing in front of you guys but in the meantime, do enjoy our latest additions via digital platforms from the comfort of your home,” the band recently posted on their Instagram.

The post was to announce the release of their 2018 album “Suria” and 2020 album “Pelangi Dan Kau” on various digital platforms such as Joox, YouTube Music and Spotify. 
So now their fans – or Raingers, as the band affectionately calls them – can enjoy their songs anytime, anywhere. Anywhere at home, that is. They also reminded their fans: “Let’s stay home and do our part to fight this Corona Virus.”
Hujan posted this on Instagram announcing their albums’ release on digital platforms.
Currently, Malaysians are on week 3 of the Movement Control Order (MCO) enforced by the local government since 18 March to stop the spread of COVID-19. Originally set for two weeks, it was later extended to this 14 April.
The MCO requires everyone in the country to stay at home (though this doesn’t apply to essential workers and front-liners, obviously), except for infrequent trips to the outside world to replenish grocery stock or for medical needs. 
As it also prohibits large gatherings, a couple of shows that Hujan was supposed to perform at, such as “Let’s Rock Cancer Malaysia Concert x UUM” and “Riot Fest 2020”, have also been postponed until further notice.
(Photo source: Hujan’s Facebook)