Despite bad weather, Snow Patrol ‘Fallen Empires’ Tour in Manila a success
Snow Patrol, composed of members Gary Lightbody on vocals and rhythm guitar, Johnny Quinn on drums, Nathan Conolly on lead guitar, Paul Wilson on bass, and Tom Simpson on keyboards, is the band behind some of the biggest hits of the decade: “Chasing Cars,” “Signal Fire,” “Run” and “Just Say Yes.”
Following the success of their album “A Hundred Million Suns,” their latest record, “Fallen Empires,” released in 2011 spawned the singles “Called Out in the Dark,” “This Isn’t Everything You Are,” “New York,” and “In the End. “
For months, the band has been playing in front of thousands all over the world in support of Fallen Empires and with their one-night only gig just a few days away, both Filipino fans and the band themselves excited. Lightbody even tweeted on his personal account (@garysnowpatrol), “Very excited about the Asia tour. It includes three places we have never been.”
Since the show announcement, fans on Twitter have actively been tweeting countdowns to the day of the concert, song lyrics, setlist wish lists and messages such as “Winter is coming,” “It’s gonna freeze in Manila,” “7 days until my date with Gary Lightbody,” and “The looong wait is coming to an end! Snow Patrol Live in Manila!”
And so on Thursday, music lovers had a night of good music on a unique stage.
Snow Patrol Fallen Empires Tour was brought to us by: Dayly Entertainment, That’s Ntertainment, LAMC Productions and Rockstar Touring;
Presented by: Dickies, Tanduay Ice Blue and PLDT My DSL;
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