It took us a while to release an accompanying music video for our new single. But it’s worth the wait. We are honored to work with fellow Bulakenyo Empoy Marquez and his “Kita-Kita” film co-star Alessandra De Rossi. We can’t think of a better pair! Both are super talented, down to earth, generous and professional.
Everywhere We Shoot power couple Ryan & Garovs Vergara did a fine job directing the Music Video. They previously designed the lovely album packaging of our 15th Anniversary Edition of Love in The Land of Rubber Shoes & Dirty Ice Cream. Their good friend Migs Camacho, owner of Playa La Caleta nature cove in Morong, Bataan, was very kind enough to host our team and the place became the perfect setting for the music video.
The video premiered today on YouTube at 12 noon. Prior to that we held an offline Premiere Night at 70s Bistro last July 18 supported by Barbie Almalbis, Join The Club, Blind Stereo Moon, Banda Ni Mayor and Beat Per Machine.
Produced by Orange & Lemons
Directed by Everywhere We Shoot
Alessandra De Rossi
Camera 1: Guj Tungpalan
Camera 2: Joshua Elefan
Camera 3: Gary Aguilon
Co-editor: James Morrison
Project Manager: Mads A. Lamanilao
PM Assistant: Rodel Villapana
Color Grading by Everywhere We Shoot
Filmed on location at Playa La Caleta, Bataan
Styling by LOYAL / Blacksheep
Special thanks to:
Lilystars Records, Darkus Music, Migs Camacho and Lawrence Chua
We are excited to announce the release of the single “Pag-ibig Sa Tabing-Dagat”, our first Tagalog song in 12 years! This is an experiment as a quartet since we adopted a keyboardist in our line-up. You can still expect the classic O&L sound with “Kundiman” vibe and carefully thought-out arrangements.
The single will drop on your favorite digital stores midnight of June 7 and you can Pre-Order on iTunes beginning May 31. In the meantime, bask on the beautiful cover art! The circle art is an oil painting by Mark Villanueva, a multi-awarded contemporary visual artist from Baliuag, Bulacan.
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.