It’s been almost 10 years now. We badly miss the music so we decided to add a new chapter in the band’s short history. We have officially reformed Orange & Lemons as a trio to continue where we left off. This is not some fancy reunion, but a decision to protect the legacy of the band and the songs that many of you know and have grown to love. New music is on the horizon and we promise to stay true to the sound we are known for with a clear-cut independent direction. We feel good at the prospect of playing our modest catalog for you in the coming months. Until then.
Clem, JM & Ace
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Nice! Looking forward to the new music! Welcome back! 😄😄😄👏🏼👏🏼👊🏼👊🏼🎶🎶
Umuwi ka na baby…
Welcome back O & L. Looking forward for new album. Goodluck.
Looks like Armageddon is coming to town!!!!
Orange and lemons <3 <3 <3 (speechless)
How about Mccoy?
Nice to hear that! Looking forward to a New Album…
By the way, what will happen to Camerawalls?
If you cared a lil bit more, it won’t be just a trio. Still glad of the news nonetheless!
Where is mcoy?
where is Macoy?
Ayus yan mga pre koy kilala na kayu agad
Three angels are flown…
Hoping the remaining one join.
Bumalik na kayo baybe
Your music brought through some good and some tough times.
I can honestly die in peace.
glad to see this Clem….
nostalgic music ang OnL
naalala ko yung highschool life ko pag pinapakinggan ko mga kanta nyo.
Yesssss…yer so special. Long live Orange n Lemon
Wheres mcoy fundales?
OnL without mcoy aint OnL. Geeez
A splendid love song
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