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Bryan Estepa Releases New Single In Advance For The Heart Foundation

May 11, 2017

Christine Mazur

Cover Art by Tissa Pagaduan

Fresh home from his March 2017 Philippine Tour, Sydney-based singer songwriter Bryan Estepa, together with his producer Michael Carpenter, recorded, mixed and mastered a remarkable new single in just 8 hours with no rehearsals, playing all the instruments between them. Rattled and Rolled is a solid and sophisticated recording, heartfelt and heavy in meaning, but joyous and inspiring in its melody. The song is an anthem of love for life and family affected by heart disease.

Released in advanced exclusively on Bandcamp. Available May 26 on iTunes and other digital stores worldwide. Profits from the sales of this single will go to The Heart Foundation.

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Releated Release:

Every Little Thing - Bryan Estepa & The Tempe Two

Every Little Thing – Bryan Estepa & The Tempe Two (Album) – May 19, 2016

Forthcoming Release: Preview and Pre-Order “Wild Abandon” EP by Ian Penn

June 22, 2015


Wild Abandon - Ian Penn


Release Date: June 29, 2015

1. Wild Abandon
2. Cold Mountain
3. Miss April
4. Have A Little Time For Yourself
5. Live Another Day
6. Different Kinds Of Strangers

Listen to the single “Wild Abandon”

Preview and Pre-order the EP on iTunes and Bandcamp


Young Ian Penn is an old soul evoking the wisdom of timeless folk music legends like Bob Dylan, and Pete Seeger. His first single, Headback Home, was released October 15, 2014. Penn is based in the Pampanga countryside writing songs in the shadow of Mount Arayat. Inspired to write by Canadian icon Neil Young’s album Out on the Weekend, Penn assembled his latest batch of songs for his EP, Wild Abandon, with the intention of inspiring listeners to reflect on their own lives and experiences. Penn’s hope is that listeners will see themselves in his songs, a similar wish, he notes, to that expressed by Joni Mitchell in a rare interview with the CBC: “If you listen to that music and you see yourself, it will probably make you cry and you’ll learn something about yourself and now you’re getting something out of it.” The end result of Wild Abandon is a collection of what the now Manila-based performer likes to call “road songs,” six thoughtful, simple and contemplative songs that he envisions people taking on long road trips as a soundtrack to landscapes unfolding around them as they drive.

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