Letter Day Story’s “Save Me” music video can now be viewed online — watch it below. The song is the carrier single from their 2nd EP ‘Breakaway.’ The album which is now available in record stores and on i-Tunes, includes 6 all-original songs – check it out now!
Letter Day Story is also featured on www.myxph.com as they share their New Year’s resolution for 2012. Watch it HERE.
To get your FREE ringback of LETTER DAY STORY‘s “Save Me” text SG190 to 2332 (globe) text LDSTRY1 to 2728 (smart) or text 5483190 to 2300 (sun P5). Get it now!
Letter Days Story is now riding high on the success of their latest single “Save Me”. Gaining a steady stream of airplay in tastemaker stations like 89.9 Magic, RX 93.1, and Jam 88.3, “Save Me” captured the attention of the hip mainstream audience that has always been craving for new and original OPM band music. Letter Day Story attracted a new wave of followers, particularly in their social media streams, venting out their clamour to hear more songs from LDS. Hence, the EP “Breakaway” is now released. ‘Breakaway’ consists of six tracks – including ‘Save Me’ – ‘Smile’, ‘Breakaway’, Ikaw at Ako’, Hinahanap’, and ‘The Hero Within’ – the last track having been featured on AXN Channel where LDS are ambassadors.
The release of Letter Day Story’s digital single “Save Me” last August was a pivotal point in their career as recording artists. They’ve had their share of sophomore jitters inspite of their current stature. They’ve been together as a band for over ten years, won the grand prize in a prestigious band competition, released their debut EP “Sulat Araw Kwento” in 2009; released their debut album “Sama-Sama” in 2010; and are signed and managed by Sony Music Philippines — yet, LDS opted to test the waters once again with “Save Me”. The remarkable response by their loyal fans and new set of “likers” also compelled them to release an official music video for “Save Me”, which is now airing on MYX Philippines and other music video shows.
The EP “Breakaway” is out now in digital formats, available for mobile and online downloading at major online sites like iTunes (click HERE). CD formats are also available at leading record stores.