Any Name’s Okay debuts their first EP “All I Feel and See” as a story of youth
Any Name’s Okay, a local alternative pop band, will be releasing their first major song project featuring a 6-track debut EP of songs talking about the stories of the youth in their experiences of love, triumph, and maturity. This release will be paired with a launch event on November 23 (Saturday) to be held in Mow’s Matalino (The Garnet room) featuring performances from Munimuni, Ysanygo, The Ridleys, Lola Amour and Over October. Two of their songs that were released just this year, “Orasan”, and more recently “The Sun”, are part of the EP.
The 5-piece band started out as applicants for their school organization, the UP Music Circle and then officially got into the music scene in December of 2017. They were able to gain momentum from the first two singles they made, which had a particularly fresh and youthful vibe to them, “Clouds” and “Hawaiian”. Since then they’ve been able to perform for different events and radio shows mostly in Metro Manila like for the UP Fair 2018 and 2019, Coke Studio’s Roadshow, Fete de la Musique, Wish 107.5, and many more. They also were able to recently fly out to Taiwan on invitation to the Pasiwali Festival, which was an international cultural music and arts festival last August 2019.
The band will be pre-releasing the EP on November 21 (Thursday) through Sony Music Philippines with the launch event on the 23rd as a celebration for this milestone. To know more about their release and launch, check out the event page at https://tinyurl.com/AllIFeelAndSee.
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