Parokya ni Edgar’s first album in five years drops Dec. 10
Parokya ni Edgar is finally returning with their first album in five years, “Borbolen,” which is set for release tomorrow, Dec. 10.
The rock band’s frontman, Chito Miranda, announced the new album’s release on his Instagram page yesterday, Dec. 8. His announcement was accompanied by the album’s cover art.
“Lalabas na ‘yung bagong album namin in [two] days,” Miranda said. (Our new album will be out in two days.)
He then explained that the new release will feature some songs written five years ago, some made amid the COVID-19 pandemic and one supposed to be part of their 2003 album “Bigotilyo.”
“Sari-saring kanta at iba’t-ibang panahon nabuo pero lahat bago,” he assured fans. (Various songs and completed at different times, but all new.)
“Borbolen” will be available in all digital platforms and can be pre-saved on Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer, among others. The upcoming release will be the band’s 10th studio album.
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Parokya ni Edgar’s ninth album, “Pogi Years Old,” was released in October 2016, featuring songs such as “Panahon na Naman ng Harana,” “Friendzone Mo Mukha Mo” and “Lagi Mong Tatandaan.” During the five-year gap, the band released the singles “It’s Masarap” and “Smile,” among others.
Most recently, Miranda collaborated with Ben&Ben for the song “Swimming Pool,” which is included in the folk pop band’s second album, “Pebble House, Vol. 1: Kuwaderno.” /ra
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