Viva Music hands you over four talented bands—The Juans, Crash, FERODINA, and Modern day Dream—with their respective new releases.
Prepare to be both amused and amazed.
“Salamin” By The Juans
The Juans drop a new single called, “Salamin,” which is part of their most recent and critically-acclaimed album “LIWANAG.” The evocative message of the song, which is about being strong in the face of trials, is wrapped in a modern-sounding, mid-tempo pop that’s both moody and stirring. “Salamin” is written by Chael Adriano and is arranged by Japs Mendoza.
“Sa Susunod Na Lang” By Crash
Crash band’s “Sa Susunod Na Lang” is an emo-driven song about the aftermath of a rejection. Written by Samuel Ramos and recorded with his Crash cohorts Julian Avellana and Ken Delos Santos, “Sa Susunod Na Lang” is a rocking, guitar- solo filled number that would surely make any listener bob their heads.
“Karapatan” By FERODINA
FERODINA’S new emo song, “Karapatan” is a about that painful and complicated love story that happens when you fall hard for your best friend; when you’re caught in the middle of wanting to let it all out but couldn’t for fear of losing the friendship.
That’s the predicament FERODINA composers Brian Feliciano and Fender Dimalanta tried capturing in the words and music of “Karapatan.”
Their bandmates Steven Naguit and Joaquin Rodrigo complete this powerful ode-to-forlorn ballad.
“Takipsilim” By Modern Day Dream
Modern Day Dream returns with a brand-new song in “Takipsilim” and delivers another modern pop-rock sounding tune, which is their trademark for the start.
Singer-songwriter James Mollo was inspired, during one twilight hour, to write this song about feelings of emptiness and choked desperation.
But despite the seeming depressing themes, the song didn’t stop from being melodic, thus, giving the listeners that chill, almost-floating vibes.
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