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.
Baybeats Official Site
Power Of Pop
Original Music Society
More power to The Camerawalls! Looking forward to your new album.
Darn! I missed this. They were not advertised in the Baybeats, were they last minute replacement of another band? I hope when they come back to Singapore I will be able to watch them.
Actually we were very much advertised. And no, we aren’t last minute replacements. The gig has been buzzing since June.
Mr. Castro, do you have a Gretch guitar?it looks good on you, and in your music as well.
Could it be? You’re going to be International Rockstars and this is the beginning.