A song by an indie Filipino band, inspired by their visit to Singapore, has hit the pop music charts in the Philippines and is picking up traction amongst locals.
Indie band Up Dharma Down’s song, “All the Good Things,” entered Philippines radio station Magic 89.9’s Top 30 chart on May 28, and had by mid June, climbed to number 14. The song, which is now at number 21, is about to enter its eight week on this highly popular Top 30 chart.
Up Dharma Down had visited Singapore in early 2015, in collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board, to take in the sights from iconic Marina Bay Sands to Gardens by the Bay to local designer stores at Haji Lane. Their wanderings resulted in “All the Good Things,” a song and video that reflects the heart and soul of the city-state, showing Filipinos a cooler side of Singapore they may not have known before.
In the music video, the band talks about how their experience in Singapore shaped their song and video. The video has attracted more than 1.1 million views on YouTube and other social media channels. The two videos were filmed by Chimney Productions, working with Up Dharma Down’s management company, Music To My Ears Inc.
Brighten up your day with Up Dharma Down’s “All the Good Things” filmed in #YourSingapore
Posted by YourSingapore on Wednesday, May 20, 2015