Petronas releases ‘Demi Cinta’ video clip

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KUCHING: In line with the National Day, Petroliam Nasional Berhad (Petronas) released its first video clip entitled ‘Demi Cinta’, a heartfelt ballad specially dedicated to all Malaysians.

The uplifting, animated four-minute music video represents the story of every Malaysian going through individual hardship and collective hope in facing the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

In the music video, four main characters from different backgrounds were featured to represent their struggles during these difficult times.

The song expresses their bottled-up dissatisfaction, despair, and hopes. Motivated by love for their families, friends and fellow Malaysians, each character perseveres in the face of adversity in order to provide a better future for their children.

Staying true to Petronas’ festive theme this year — ‘Stories of Joy’ — Petronas aims at bringing forth the hope of every Malaysian through the song, and it serves as a reminder that no matter what happens, we will get through it all together.

The hardships of Malaysians and their collective hopes are highlighted in this heartfelt music video entitled ‘Demi Cinta’.

Petronas Senior General Manager of Group Strategic Communications Datin Anita Azrina Abdul Aziz said the pandemic has affected everyone in so many ways and on so many levels.

“However, these trying times have brought Malaysians from all walks of life closer together, demonstrating once again that our diversity is what makes Malaysia the country we know and love.

“We at Petronas hope that our fellow Malaysians will be inspired by our very first music video. Do sing along and share it with your loved ones,” she said.

The music video is available for viewing on Petronas’ official YouTube channel and Facebook page.

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