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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.

Related Links/Blogs:
Baybeats Official Site
Power Of Pop
Original Music Society

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. homer #

    More power to The Camerawalls! Looking forward to your new album.

    November 4, 2010
  2. densp #

    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.

    October 4, 2010
    • Actually we were very much advertised. And no, we aren’t last minute replacements. The gig has been buzzing since June.

      October 4, 2010
  3. *Gretsch

    September 8, 2010
  4. Mr. Castro, do you have a Gretch guitar?it looks good on you, and in your music as well.

    September 8, 2010
  5. Dex #

    Could it be? You’re going to be International Rockstars and this is the beginning.

    September 7, 2010

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