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Aviators are a hard-hitting rock band from Manila that are heavily influenced by the melodic sheen of British pop music from the 1960’s and grittiness of the post-punk revival. A musical partnership that spans for more than a decade starting with John Roxas and Arvy Zafra. Analogies On Love is their debut album, a collective of eleven different ways to describe the unexplainable feelings of love. It explores themes of the complexity of expressing love and how it’s never black & white.

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This album by Aviators is heavily inspired by synthpop and brit-pop rock. Written in the midst of the hardest months of 2020, it serves as a reminder that we are capable of making the most of what we’ve got. The band shares, "We chose the title ‘Analogies On Love’ because of our innate urge to write songs about the complexity of expressing love. It’s never black and white or a two way street, so we wanted to translate that into indirect songs directly addressing the many feelings of love."

One of the tracks featured on the album is "Warp Speed." It brings listeners to another dimension as it explores themes of
lust and temptation, taking common human emotions and translating it into music. The space-age themed tune was the first track written for the album filled with musical elements the band is known for. Listen now!

Cover Photo Credit: Tarsier Records

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