Emo Band Beeswax Unleash New Track “Admire” featuring Tiara Larasati [Indonesia]

Have you ever met a stranger and felt some kind of strong connection to the person? Then “Admire”, the latest single by Beeswax expresses the way our feelings and minds admire someone. The second single that the emotive trio released this year after “Pills”, tries to encapsulate the moment we observe and admire someone that so close, yet so far away. In this single, Beeswax finds another formulation in its musical exploration by utilizing piano and synths. Bagas Yudhiswa (guitar/vocal), Putra Vibrananda (bass/vocal), and Yanuar Ade Laksono (drum) officially released the single on Friday, November 15th 2019.

“Admire” also features the vocal of Tiara Larasati, a dear friend to Beeswax who happens to be a member of fellow indie band from Malang called Young Savages. Tiara Larasati’s delicate voice pair well with the tone and ambience that this single was envisioned on its composing process.

“Admire” means a lot more than a new single and a new collaboration with another musician. It is sadly also a farewell single from Beeswax with their longtime guitarist/vocalist, Raveizal Ario Sayoga. Growing up and growing apart forced the band to make a tough decision and let go one of its founding member. “Admire” becomes the last song that we could hear Raveizal’s participation in Beeswax.

Moreover, during the same day, Beeswax also unleashed its live session with renown creator, Sounds From The Corner.

Just like previous releases in 2019, this single is also distributed and published by Yallfears.

Hopefully, this single could fulfill the souls whomever might need a sense of encouragement, warmth, and admiration. In the future, Beeswax will announce upcoming shows, tour, lyrics videos, and more contents to be shared with their listeners. Stay
updated with their latest news by following their social media accounts.

Watch Beeswax Live Session on Sounds From The Corner further below.


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