Chiang Mai-based pop quintet Electric Neon Lamp isn’t only producing its songs, “Jeb Laew Ngai?” and “Tob Pak”, but also starring in the action scenes for the two music videos. These are directed by Pokpong Khumwan, who helmed last year’s horror flick “Siam Square”.
Singer Jensakda Jarana, guitarists Nawat Jiraboonraung and Tanphun Kanacharoen, bassist Wathanyu Suriyawong and drummer Ratcha Wattanachitranon play a group of treasure hunters who enter the forest armed and find themselves facing not only an explosion but also a tiger.
Both songs are centred on a love story. “Jeb Laew Ngai?” is mostly pop with a rap segment written and performed by Maiyarap while “Tob Pak” follows the trademark Electric Neon Lamp sound and talks about a good man with a bad mouth.
Follow the band on the social media at YouTube: BECTero Music, Facebook: BECTero Music , electric.neon.lamp.band, and Instagram: BECTero Music, electricneonlamp.
A life well lived
Getsunova encourages Thais to lead worthy lives in “Cheewit Thi Mee Cheewit” (“Live A Live”) featuring Bodyslam’s bassist Thanadol “Pid” Changsawek and produced by Big Ass’s guitarist Poonsak “Aof” Jaturaboon.
“This new song is written from our own lives. We are really opening ourselves to the world and living happily,” says singer Prakarn “Name” Raiva. “The music video focuses on Getsunova’s members who have to choose between running the family business and following their dreams of playing music. And as we did indeed follow our dreams, we want to encourage others to do the same.”
Watch the music video through White Music’s official YouTube or at https://youtu.be/3Q6a7DTYYk.
Just love to dance
Mos Patiparn, Om Sunisa, Bow-Joice TK with Katreeya English, Yaya Ying, Belle-Wa China Dolls, Pim-Kaew-Wan Zaza, Ann-Praew-Get-Gang X3 Super Gang, Pim-Buachompoo-Mod Pop Angels, Tong Pakramai, Nicole Theriault, Tar-Tik Mr Team and Mar-Joy-Gift T-Skirt take to the stage of Royal Paragon Hall of Siam Paragon on September 8 at 7pm and September 9 at 5pm for a non-stop dance show called at “Dance Fever”, It’s the 21st concert organised by radio station Green Wave and tickets are already on sale at Thai Ticket Major for between Bt1,500 and Bt4,000.
Find out more at www.GreenWave.fm.
Sam gets the thrill
Sam Smith – one of the UK’s leading pop soul artists – is coming to Thailand for a concert at Impact Arena, Muang Thong Thani on October 28, as part of his “The Thrill of it All Tour.” Smith released his widely acclaimed debut album “In the Lonely Hour” which spawned a string of global hits including the heartwrenching “Stay With Me”, the melancholic “I’m Not The Only One”, “Money On My Mind”, and “Like I Can”. His sophomore album “The Thrill of it All” shot up the charts and laid the ground for his current world tour.
Tickets start at Bt2,000 and go on sale on June 30 at all ThaiTicketMajor outlets and via www.ThaiTicketMajor.com.
Check out the show at www.BecTero.com.