A rockin’ night out

music July 29, 2017 11:41

By The Nation

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Thai rock band Lomosonic take to the stage of Muang Thai GMM Live House on the eighth floor of CentralWorld on September 2 for their first full-scale concert, “Anti-Gravity”.



 

“This is our thank you to our fans for their constant support and to also say goodbye as we move towards different things,” says vocalist Peerasit “Boy” Poltan. “I hope nobody will miss the show, especially as we have a group of fans travelling from the other side of the world to see.”

 Lomosonic, featuring Peerasit on vocals, Thongake Horsiritham on bass, Martsamrit Pasupa on synthesizer, Chandej Worngsatthanaphong on drum, and guitarists Chatchai Ngamsirimongkhonchai and Piti Estrellado Sahaphong Dane Dominic Chicco, will perform a set of 30 songs without any guests.

                Lomosonic released their first album “Firework” in late April 2009 on the Smallroom label and followed up in August 2013 with double CD package “Echo & Silence”.

                In 2017, the rock band released “Anti-Gravity” and surprised fans with a music video trilogy featuring “Lok” (“Naïve”), “Kwam Orn Ae” (“Feeling”) and “Thang Thi Lom Phan” (“Veranda”).

                Tickets is Bt1,200 available at www.AllTicketThailand.com and 7-Eleven counter service. The show starts at 5. For more information, visit Facebook.com/ideafactgmm, Facebook.com/sanamluangmusicofficial or Facebook.com/lomosonic.