Nameless Kids just dropped their debut album "Manila In Bloom" and the project is an ode to experience life in Manila. The band uses their indie-pop and alternative fused sound to tell stories of love, pain, peace, and happiness on the nine-track offering.
“The theme of Manila came about as a homage to what we were told growing up, the constant stories of how beautiful Manila was back in the day, so this album is our interpretation of how it feels to be in love, get hurt, find peace, and plainly be happy in Manila,” the band explained in a press statement.
Nameless Kids is a five-piece band formed in 2019 consisting of Nhiko, Kyle Perry, Tati De Mesa, Kim Allen, and Imay Alconaba. Within their debut year, they were hailed as Best Performance of a New Group Recording Artist at the 34th Awit Awards. They were also featured in Nylon’s Big, Bold, Brave Awards and MYX Music Awards which was headlined by LANY.
You can stream the Nameless Kids album "Manila In Bloom" here.