It's been a solid week for new music from the Philippines. Before the upcoming studio releases of tide/edit's All My Friends and Runway Crimes' Familiarity drop this Saturday, Arcadia, Jess Connelly, and no rome all have given us something to sing about throughout the past week.
Here are new tracks from Mayonnaise, Julz Savard, and Mellow Fellow to kickstart your weekend.
Mayonnaise - Bumalik Ka Na
Here's your first taste of Mayonnaise's upcoming seventh studio album: an angsty track packed with distorted guitars and vocalist Monty Macalino nearly screaming for you to come back. It's a sure banger that definitely has a powerful impact onstage and will have the ground shaking under the feet of a crowd.
Julz Savard - Vulnerable (Call Me Tomorrow)
Julz Savard's second solo single 'Vulnerable (Call Me Tomorrow)' opens as a piano ballad with a cry for help. "Knowing someone is going to be there the next day or night, I think, is one of the many reasons why people survive and overcome any mental health issue," Savard explains the how the song came about on an Instagram post, dedicating the track to those who simply need someone to be on the other end of a call.
Mellow Fellow & Ruru - It's Okay to Dream
Feel the smoove tunes of Mellow Fellow and Ruru's collaborative track 'It's Okay to Dream' and let it carry you to the nearest loveseat with your loved one tonight.
Mellow Fellow will be performing at the upcoming All of the Noise music festival this year, following his stints in Hong Kong in Jakarta with Phum Viphurit and Boy Pablo.