Making A Mark In Singapore
September 6, 2010
Marking their first regional performance outside the Philippines, the band left a lasting impression at the bay area during the recent Singapore music festival – Baybeats 2010 – at the Esplanade open theater last August 21. The copies of “Pocket Guide To The Otherworld” they brought along easily sold out at the shop.
They performed the following songs: Markers Of Beautiful Memories, Clinically Dead For 16 Hours, I Love You Natalie, The Sight Of Love (with Camyl Besinga of Techy Romantics as guest vocalist), There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (a cover from The Smiths) and The Emperor, The Concubine & The Commoner ending in a dashing display of smoke and lights. Ian Zafra (Sheila & The Insects) sessioned on guitars while Bachie Rudica (The Gentle Isolation) filled in the drummer post.
Markers Of Beautiful Memories
The Emperor, The Concubine & The Commoner
Thanks to Esplanade and Baybeats festival organizers for the invite! Check out some photos contributed by Kee Ya Ting of Singapore HERE.