A band from Metro Manila called, T f r has just released a single “The Vast Introduction” from their upcoming EP “Post-First”.
“The Vast Introduction” is the longest song from the forthcoming EP ‘Post-First’, with the length of 7 minutes and 58 seconds. The song consists of ambient tones, distorted guitar parts and dreamlike vocals that you typically hear from Shoegaze bands such as Slowdive and Ride. The song also displays a vocal style of somehow mimicking a Tibetan Singing Bowl that you’ll hear close to the end of the song. Also “I Have a Dream” speech of Martin Luther King Jr. was additionally included, giving the song some inspirational and motivational touch. Jed Tabago of Eiffel helped too by filling for the keyboard parts. T f r made a video out of it with some video clips from New York given by their dear friend Jan Wells.
“The Vast Introduction” is a part of “For What It’s Worth” compilation by Calm Lake Records.
The band is getting closer to their ‘Post- First’ EP release/tour hopefully this year or early next year.