San Francisco based Filipino punk band Ordinary Neighbors release music video

Yeah – this is super rad! I love the fact that what we’re trying to do here on this site is spreading globally. I love the fact that our Asian brethren who are spread all over this planet are also clued into this website and are trying to get THEIR music and voices heard through UniteAsia! Ain’t no better feeling right now…

So…below is an introduction to a 3-piece Filipino punk band that resides in San Francisco, USA called Ordinary Neighbors. I’ll let the band speak for themselves but how sick is it that people out in USA, Europe and elsewhere are keeping tabs on OUR music scene!

UNITE – muthafuckin – ASIA! Strength in numbers for sure…

Ordinary Neighbors is a 3 piece all Filipino punk band from Northern California. Influences ranging from older bands such as Lifetime, The Get Up Kids, Cap n’ Jazz, to more modern bands like Title Fight, Polar Bear Club, Spraynard this outfit mixes very simple and straight forward melodies with in-your-face and heartfelt lyrics.

The band is re-releasing their debut EP called Starting under True Grit Records and sometime around June they will put out a split ep with a band from the Philippines called Small Hands.
Here is a new music video for the song “The Way We Weren’t”

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