In a rural Malaysian oil palm estate, Betik returns home from the big city of Kuala Lumpur. To regain his rhythm of living back home, he takes on a day job shooting karaoke videos. At night, he tries to help his mother at the family’s karaoke bar downstairs – a karaoke where the local Indian estate workers, their families, and the Malay Muslim villagers next door gather and sing. Each song resonates for someone in the villages. And it is here that Betik meets a girl who seduces him with a future that he has come back for. A job, love and family: His return home comes together quickly. But nobody is as naïve as he seems. Everybody wants something. In the innocence of a small village in the estate, subtle manipulations and deceptions seep through. The songs continue to be sung, unwavering.