Emerging four-piece Philippine indie band Up Dharma Down (UDD) revealed the beauty of Singapore releasing another eargasmic hit entitled “All the Good Things”
In collaboration with Singapore Tourism Board, the latest single defines all of their unique experiences as a band, inspired by the breathtaking landscapes of Singapore.
“Through this collaboration with Up Dharma Down, we hope that Filipino travelers will view Singapore as a destination where they can partake in unique experiences across retail, dinning, entertainment and attractions,” expressed Adrian Kong, the Area Director for Philippines and Brunei of Singapore Tourism Board.
In the event last May 19 at 12 Monkeys, Century City Mall, the band performed and officially released their newest single to the public which was inspired by the creativity, progressiveness and energy of Singapore.
“It is about being open to new experiences, having that proactivity and positive outlook. We saw that during our trip and we thought that it is a lot like us as a band, always moving forward and always innovating,” UDD’s lead vocalist Armi Millare stated.
The premier of the “All the Good Things” music video was also aired simultaneous to the launch of their latest single. It was directed by Johan Pohlem, former Senior Creative Director at MTV Australia.
The band went to view the different tourist spots in Singapore including Gardens by the Bay, Henderson Waves, immersed themselves, interacted with local musicians, and their guitarist even experienced a Ferrari ride through parts of Marina Bay street circuit.
“All the Good Things captures the soul and spirit of the Singapore we have come over the years. We are beyond proud and happy to have done something so special,” the band shared.
According to the band, that trip was a journey that introduced them to the other side of Singapore.
Up Dharma Down announced to launch a new album by the first quarter of 2016.
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