PolyEast Records re-releases Bamboo Ma±alac's debut album "No Water No Moon" with a brand new single "Carousel". The new track, produced and written by Ma±alac, features a pulsating and anthemic drum beat along with haunting vocals that he has been known for.
"It speaks of inspiration and finding one's self by going back. As the refrain states "remember before... rush hour..." and that once you do open that door it's a hard thing to close. And that 'home' for me isn't a place but it's me finding meaning in what I do what drives me to dare, be confident and continuing to look for that spark... and that is home," says Bamboo.
When asked about the song's lyrical wordplay with children singing in the background chanting "I'm home..." he recalls "...'the nursery line' which brings you back to a special time in your life."
Check out photos from the press conference here
"No Water No Moon" is Bamboo's first solo album and was originally released in 2011. It reached the Gold record status in February 2013, producing the chart-topping hits "Questions", "Spin", "Ikot Ng Mundo" and "In This Life". He won "Best Performance by a Male Recording Artyist at the 25th Awit Awards for "Questions".
Bamboo is currently gearing up as a mentor/judge for the upcoming ABS-CBN show "The Voice of the Philippines" and will be embarking on a promo tour for the "No Water No Moon" limited repackaged edition soon.
Click the video below where he shares his thoughts on the state of Original Pinoy Music.
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