Posts tagged ‘digital’
December 2, 2017
The highly anticipated new music from the recently reformed Filipino indie pop stalwarts Orange & Lemons.
The single is expected to appear in all digital stores and streaming sites worldwide on December 8 and is now available for pre-order on iTunes under Lilystars Records.
Dreamy sound scape, delicate vocals and lush guitar work over a driving rhythm section. Lovers Go, Lovers Come is reminiscent of the band’s early guitar pop sound with distinct refinements.
The reformed trio hails from the province of Bulacan and is now composed of guitarist and vocalist Clem Castro, bassist JM Del Mundo and drummer Ace Del Mundo. Active from 1999 to 2007, Orange & Lemons were able to release three exceptional and award-winning albums reaching gold and platinum status before a decade long hiatus. 2017 marks the year of their return to the music scene.
Lovers Go, Lovers Come is a prelude to their forthcoming project — the 15th Anniversary Re-Updated first album “Love in the Land of Rubber Shoes & Dirty Ice Cream” scheduled for release on February 2018 supported by a crowdfunding campaign via Pledgemusic. Pre-Order the album to get an advance copy of the single. For more info, follow this link: https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/orangeandlemons
In time for the single release, the band will be touring the UAE with scheduled concerts in Dubai and Abu Dhabi on December 8 and 9 respectively. Details of their tour HERE.
May 11, 2017
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.