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Eraserheads confirm reunion concert

September 19, 2022 - Monday 1:09 PM by Jade Veronique V Yap

Article Banner Image Photo | Ely Buendia Twitter

Lift your heads, EHEADS fans, because the Eraserheads will reunite on stage again.

Members of the band Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Raymund Marasigan, and Marcus Adoro confirmed this news on Monday, September 19, through their respective social media accounts.

The reunion concert, dubbed "Eraserheads: Ang Huling El Bimbo," will take place on December 22 at the SMDC Festival Grounds in Paranaque City.

Further details, such as ticket prices and selling dates, have yet to be announced.

This announcement came after all four Eraserheads members simultaneously shared a photo of an inverted letter E that resembles the band's logo on their respective social media accounts.

Eraserheads last performed together in 2016 for a mini-set that included their hit "Maling Akala," as well as "Popmachine" and "Poor Man's Grave."

Buendia previously said that the Eraserheads might reunite if former Vice President Leni Robredo ran for president. However, when Robredo announced her presidential bid, Buendia retracted his statement, claiming it was a "half-serious joke."


The band, which was formed in the hallways of the University of the Philippines Diliman in 1989, is regarded as one of the Philippines' most legendary bands, paving the way for rock bands.

They disbanded in 2002 after more than a decade of playing together. However, the members played for other groups: Ely with Apartel, Buddy with Moonstar88, Raymund with Pedicab and Sandwich, and Marcus with Markus Highway.

Eraserheads were best known for their hit songs, "Ang Huling El Bimbo," "Minsan" and "Pare Ko."

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