Orange & Lemons debuted 'Kailangan Kita,' their first video in 11 years at the recent Moonlane Festival. Now it has its own home online.
The strangely dark video directed by Rember Gelera captures the essence of the break-up song with "a subtext to milk and murder and ultra violent films," according to frontman Clem Castro. Shot in a garage and a living room in an old apartment in Quezon City, the 'Kailangan Kita' video takes an eerie turn with a stripped down mannequin chopped up on a disheveled bed as Castro sings about ruined days and a broken love life.
Orange & Lemons are scheduled to perform their first Singapore show at Hero's Bar on August 25 (Saturday). Tickets are available for $30 (Gen Ad) and $50 (VIP) via Peatix.
Watch the video below.