Post Hardcore Act Brickcity Announce Release on Hong Kong Label Desperate Infant Records

Philippines-based Post-Hardcore band Brickcity will be re-releasing their first vinyl pressing for their debut album ‘The Bones We Used to Share’ which will be the band’s first-ever international release, working with Hong Kong label Desperate Infant Records. (By the way, this is the second Philippines band that a Hong Kong label is releasing – very interesting turn of events! The other band is Salot – click here for that info.)

Brickcity released a 12 track album titled “The Bones We Used to Share” last 2016 independently working with Campsite Records and Tower of Doom, tackling everyday stories about love, loss, and everything in between. Self-producing a trilogy mini-movie with it that just ended last June 2020.

Marking their 10th year in the scene, and the 5th year birthday of “The Bones we Used to Share”, they were fortunate enough to work with Desperate Infant Records, a Hong Kong Based Record Label, to produce their first-ever vinyl pressing and one of the labels first solo projects. They had been working together for the rerelease since late last 2020, making the lockdown a bit more productive.

The band is in the last stages of the production of their new album “We the Forgettables” which will hopefully be released late 2021 under the same label.

3 variants will be released:

* Green 180G Gatefold + Obi / limited to 50pcs
* Black 180G Gatefold + Obi / limited to 50 pcs
* Black 180G Gatefold / limited to 100pcs
*All variants come with 12” lyrics insert and full album download code

Preorder starts on below dates, expected to ship this July:

* 30/4 (Fri) Desperate Infant Records Webstore (
* 7/5 (Fri) Bandcamp (

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