Keane in a Strangeland
The band that brought you the hits, "Somewhere Only We Know" and "Everybody's Changing," is here in Manila for their first show in the country. We had the chance to see Keane a night before their concert and were pleasantly surprised at how fun they were, even indulging a question about what makes them cry (Lots of things: onions!).
- On what their music is about. Tim Rice-Oxley (piano) shares, "Our songs tend to be very melodic. They're really emotionally honest and so much about us. We're not very interested in being cool or in fashion or playing any kind of games to try and be popular. We've always wrote about ourselves. It's difficult to be very honest in a song when you know that lots of people are going to hear it and judge it. It's not unique, but I think that's something that sets us apart from a lot of bands."
- On their musical influences. Tom Chaplin (vocals), Richard Hughes (drums), and Tim all grew up in the same town and knew each other as kids and shared a lot of musical influences together. Tom shares some of them, "The Beatles, U2, Pet Shop Boys, REM, Queen."
- On doing covers. Jesse Quin (bass) says, "It's an opportunity to have fun doing music but not really worrying about the outcome whether people are going to like it." He also shares that every time they do a cover, such as Queen's "Under Pressure," it's sort of a weird musical fantasy that they are Queen.
- On staying together. "We've known each other for years. I think that helps," Tom says. Tim adds, "We just love making music. As long as you love making music together, then you should try and preserve that."
- On what fans should expect from their show. Tom says, "A mixture of old songs and new songs. We really enjoy playing the new record. It's our first time here so it's our first time playing any of our songs here in the Philippines. We'll mix it up."
Catch Keane tonight at the SM MOA Arena at 8pm. For tickets, log on to SM Tickets. Strangeland is available at all record bars nationwide.
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19 year old pharmacy student-businesswoman from Pampanga. I, Kimberly Chaile D. Ocampo, started planning my own business back when I was 18 years old. Despite being a student, that did not stop me to work and start up something for me to earn my own money. I was also influenced by my parents who are both hands on when it comes to the marketing world. I have decided to start my own mini restaurant/fast food restaurant recently (Feb 2020) and it was named as “Hungry Hubb”. From the word itself which is “Hungry” we thought of something that would give people the biggest hint that we sell food.
Because of the sudden quarantine, every store was forced to close for our own safety that is why there was a sudden decrease on our sales. But Hungry Hubb managed to survive by focusing on online selling and social media promotion. Our best seller would be Shawarma salad which is mediterranean style. We add authentic Garlic sauce to our shawarma (Which is available in Wrap, Salad, & Rice). Every product that we sell are very affordable and delicious. Our starting price is only 50php. (Shawarma Wrap). For Shawarma Salad (70php). We also have Milktea (60php) and Rice meals such as Lechon Kawali, Chicken barbecue, and Pork Barbecue for only 120 pesos.
And of course, I wouldn’t make it up this far without the help of my family and friends who have supported be from the very start. This is an open letter and inspirational especially to students that want to earn their own money. Nothing is impossible. You just have to be determined enough to turn your plans into reality.
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Hello, I'm Isabel and I'm a foodie from the South. I love trying out new dishes and pastries in the Metro while I ask myself if it's worth the hype. During this pandemic, I've decided to keep my foodie dreams alive by supporting my friends and small food businesses.
Aside from ordering from them, I've also created my own food blog via Instagram to express my thoughts and positive reviews about them to somehow help spread the word of their food and how other people should try it. At the end of the day, we are all helping one another through this difficult time by having multiple coping mechanisms - others to cook or bake while I write a review about what I eat.
Check out my food blog on Instagram @perdiviews and feel free to send me a message so I can collaborate with you soon!
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But why we feel so gloomy, so empty? It seems like no light is passing through our soul. We're wounded. Hoping for healing. That's because, we're living. We celebrate life but we also fight for it. You feel all the pain, because you're living. You're not just alive, you're living. You can make it through all the storm and darkness. Wishing you well, Marj.