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Agsunta goes mainstream

From gaining significant attention online for their viral song covers, Pinoy pop-rock band Agsunta has now come full circle, welcoming 2020 with their now completed all-original EP, Feels Trip, produced under DNA Music.

Agsunta goes mainstream
Rising OPM band Agsunta drops an all-original EP
“The six songs of the EP will evoke lots of ‘feels.’ It’s like a rollercoaster ride of emotions—there’s sadness, joy, and anger,” the band said.

The EP, which includes six original tracks namely, “Bagong Umaga,” “Alas Dose,” “Kung ‘Di Na Ako,” “Liwanag,” “Lokomotor,” and “Hayskul Hits”—came after the band signed with the record label last year, after a brief hiatus from the limelight.  

Last Dec. 27, Agsunta released “Haykul Hits,” a nostalgia-filled track which takes listeners down memory lane, from forgotten friendships to wistful young loves, the song that finally concluded the all-original EP.

The OPM band also staged their first major concert last year, Agsunta Feels Trip, where they performed their “hugot” songs as well as their acoustic hits.

This Saturday (Jan. 25), they are set to perform on a gig for the benefit of the Taal volcano eruption victims together with other OPM artists like SUD and Mayonnaise. The benefit show will be held at the Jesus Our Hope International Assemblies in Cubao, Quezon City

Set to work on another EP this 2020, Agsunta is just one of the promising OPM artists under DNA Music, a record label under ABS-CBN Music committed to support the local band industry and train the spotlight on the talent of rock and alternative artists.

Topics: Agsunta , Feels Trip , DNA Music , Haykul Hits , Jesus Our Hope International Assemblies
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