Halik ni Gringo drops new quarantine anthem, Home Alone

Feb 2, 2022 0 comments


While everyone is currently feeling anxious and bored because of the pandemic, alternative Filipino heavy metal band Halik ni Gringo, decided to turn the table and use this as an inspiration on their new rock anthem, “Home Alone.” 



The group’s latest single, “Home Alone,” is an angsty anthem of the times we’re living in amid the coronavirus pandemic. It pays tribute to the mundane themes of social deprivation and paranoia that everyone had been experiencing since the COVID-19 pandemic started. "It's a collection of all of the moments from 2020, hanggang ngayon that we still need to isolate," shares Halik ni Gringo frontman DJ Joey Santos. "There's a physical effect to it and that's kind of what I wanted to explore with this song."


The three-minute track is definitely a rock banger. It starts with an electric guitar along with the vocal-focused production with lyrics like, "The voices in my head are starting again now who do I listen to?" which also doubles as the song’s chorus. 


"I can only speak for myself and that's why those are the lyrics that I wrote, but I'm sure there are other people who felt that way too," Santos shared. "I wanted to make with the song is like, okay, so I'm making a song to help me process that feeling." 


Home Alone is produced by DJ Joey Santos, and was written and arranged by Joaquin Acosta and DJ Joey Santos. It's mixed and mastered by DJ Joey Santos at Love One Another Sound Production.


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"Home Alone" will be released on February 2, 2022 and is Halik ni Gringo’s first new music since 2021  a taste of the group's upcoming 2022 full-length album under floppydisks which includes previous singles Injustice For All and Mr Big Data. As with past releases, the LP is still a part of the group's ongoing #2stDebutAlbum effort - now on its 5th year, having started back in 2017.


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