Esquire Brings the Philippine Pop Icon Band Eraserheads Back!

Esquire Philippines Editor-in-Chief  Erwin Romulo
Esquire just made pop-cultural history the other night when they brought back the most iconic and best band the country has ever seen on stage once again. After they disbanded over a decade ago, they stopped making music but their music still lived on. Band started popping up but never came close to the "e". 

Now, Esquire Philippines brings us not only an update on the iconic band buy also includes two new singles from the band. "Sabado" and "1995" which will be released on a CD included in the issue.

The one person who had this idea and made it all happen was the Editor-in-Chief Erwin Romulo with the in-depth account of the Eraserheads London tour. Other stories featured in the magazine is Audrey Carpio's voyage to Zambia's mesperizing landscapes and Jerome Gomez's journey to the land of cherry blossoms in Japan during spring time.

Other stories on the Travel issue is the Behind-the-scenes look at air transport, on what happens when you're traveling 37,000 feet above the ground. Also: What people get out of bed for in the more distant corners of the globe and a look at seven breakfasts, from Mexico to Suriname. (They go far beyond just eggs and toast.) and new fiction from Luis Katigbak, a What I've Learned interview with the inimitable (and incorrigible) Teodoro"Teddyboy"Locsin Jr., and an ESQ&A with acclaimed historian Ambeth Ocampo.

But the highlight of course is the Eraserheads and their latest singles. On the issue, you'll get to read more about the band, their music and their two new singles.

During their Travel issue launch in Dusit Hotel, fans of the magazine and the band attended the said launch to grab a copy and get a glimpse of the band and hopefully hear them play together.

In partnership with Team Manila, the apparel and lifestyle brand had a small area where they display memorabilia of the band and also some #Eheads merchandise


 Free stickers from Team Manila and their new Eheads shirt designs.

Check out the waiting fans and personalities who attended the event.

A couple of minutes in, a couple of bands started playing for the entertainment.

Crowd went wild when they presented the Eraserheads on stage. They officially presented them and showed their new music video, behind-the-scenes in London and their performance.

The ESQUIRE Travel Issue is now available in leading bookstores, newsstands and supermarkets. The print cover price of Esquire's September issue  is priced at P400. It is inclusive of a CD with Eraserhead's latest singles. 

The digital edition is also ready for downloading through the App Store (Esquire Newsstand App_ and on Buqo are priced at $3.99. The digital editions purchased through Buqo (Android) is priced at P175. Songs are also available for streaming within Esquire's September issue for the whole month of September only when purchased via the Buqo app. Zinio version of Esquire's September issue will not carry the new Eraserheads songs and as such will remain at $2.99.

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Check out my loot. Signed magazines for me and my friends, signed CD. I also won Team Manila's online contest and got myself a shirt and a 1995 poster. 

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