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Never the Strangers rocks Shangri-La Plaza with their alt-rock sensibilities

Never the Strangers rocks Shangri-La Plaza with their alt-rock sensibilities. Alternative rock band Never the Strangers brings their powerful riffs, playful melodies, and anthemic choruses to Shangri-La Plaza on January 18, 7PM at the Grand Atrium.

Never the Strangers rocks Shangri-La Plaza with their alt-rock sensibilities. Alternative rock band Never the Strangers brings their powerful riffs, playful melodies, and anthemic choruses to Shangri-La Plaza on January 18, 7PM at the Grand Atrium.

Composed of lead vocalist and keyboardist Ace Libre, guitarist Bert Ong, and drummer Nash Ignacio, the band was discovered by Filipino rock icon Rico Blanco through the music-driven social networking site MySpace.



Never the Strangers is known for singles “Alive” and “Bago Mahuli Ang Lahat”, as well as hit ad song “Moving Closer”. After releasing a self-titled debut album in 2012, the group produced another one in 2015 entitled Screenburn. The band followed it up with a six-track EP last year called Touchdown, which featured the 2019 hit single “Shadow Show” with Blanco.

Aside from playing for their fans around the country, Never the Strangers has also opened for foreign alt-rock bands, Death Cab for Cutie and Lifehouse. Throughout their career, the band has explored different music genres such as new wave and 80s synth-pop.

#FeelTheShangVibe while rocking out to Never the Strangers’ brand of music at Shangri-La Plaza.

For inquiries, call 8-370-2597 or 98 or visit www.facebook.com/shangrilaplazaofficial. Follow the Shang on Instagram: @shangrilaplazaofficial.

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