Tonight was one of the first few gigs after being signed under Lilystars Records. We were part of Globe’s Loud! Arts and Music Festival in celebration of Bacolod’s 40th Masskara event. It was held in Lacson street, an open area, and while it rained, we were happy that people still braved the weather just to […]

Clem Castro got in touch with us when he first heard Ctrl + Esc in a radio station in Manila and said that he was interested in signing us under his record label. It was a big step in our career so we really had to discuss about it. It was an overwhelming experience since […]

We were invited to be one of the opening acts for December Avenue together with The Goodboys and Dumaguete based band, ODD for their Bacolod show in the USLS Coliseum. It was the biggest crowd we played in front of and despite being the first performer, we got the full attention of the audience. We […]

After the submission of Ctrl + Esc earlier this year to Jam 88.3’s “Locals Only” segment. Clem Castro the founder of Lilystars Records and frontman of Orange and Lemons, contacted our manager and was interested in meeting us and organizing a gig together. Before the event started, we started discussing plans to be a part […]

We had our very first mall show at Ayala Malls Capitol Central. We were invited to be one of the opening acts for the Philippines’ trail blazers in Indie Music, The Ransom Collective. It was our first major step into performing for a bigger crowd and we were being noticed by event productions in Bacolod. […]

We did our first debut in our hometown (Bacolod City) at Onsé Coffee + Art in Art District. It was our first time playing in front of an actual audience and no longer the fore-walls of the room we practice in. With shaky hands and hearts racing we started with out first song. We performed […]