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Saturday, August 08, 2020

The Itchyworms to stage virtual album launch!

08/08/2020 01:59:15 AM

This Monday, The Itchyworms will launch their album – the virtual way.

The alternative rock quartet will celebrate the release of their fifth album, Waiting For The End To Start. The nine-track record, released under Sony Music Philippines, was conceptualized and recorded with the members of the band confined in their respective homes during the nationwide lockdown. 

Thematically, the songs are written as a reflection of their individual and collective experiences during the quarantine period. It also inhabits a more adventurous and relentless approach in terms of production and songwriting, which produced captivating end results that music fans will surely love.

“Like any collection of music, it is a record of its time: A snapshot of the artist's reaction to his or her circumstances,” shared Chino Singson. “But it's a concept album in that our aim was to create art in the midst of a pandemic, to capture our emotions in the music we record, even with the limited recording gear we have at home. So you'll hear amp buzz and imperfect vocals, but for me that's part of the spirit of true rock.”

With all that being said, expect Monday night to be full of fun and entertainment as the critically-acclaimed band behind some of the timeless hits of 2000s will provide their listeners a riveting music experience like no other by debuting the songs for the very first time through an online listening and live commentary party, which will be streamed live via The Itchyworms’ official Facebook page on August 17, (Monday), starting at 7:30 pm. This virtual event is made possible by Sony Music Philippines, GNN Entertainment, and Linya-Linya.

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