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Eraserheads teases fans with a possible reunion

Fans have shown their excitement over the possibility that Eraserheads will either reunite for show or make some new music.

Eraserheads teases fans with a possible reunion-Drew Acierto
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Drew Acierto

FRESH SCOOPS

09/18/2022 04:59 PM
Eraserheads teases fans with a possible reunion
Photo credit: @elybumbilya Instagram

Members of legendary OPM band Eraserheads shared cryptic posts on their social media accounts last Saturday, September 17. All four members posted the iconic Eraserheads logo, hinting at a possible reunion brewing.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Elean Buendia (@elybumbilya)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by buddy zabala (@buddyzabala)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Punk Zappa (@marcusadoros)

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Netizens have shared their excitement over the possibility of either a reunion show or some new music coming from the OPM band. Fans flooded the comments section of each of the members’ Instagram accounts, hoping to get a definite answer from them.

Eraserheads bassist Buddy Zabala and guitarist Marcus Adoro wrote part of the lyrics from the band’s hit song “With a Smile” as captions for their posts. Meanwhile, frontman Ely Buendia and the band’s drummer, Raymond Marasigan, didn’t put any captions, which further brought suspense to their fans.

“Let me hear you sing,” Buddy and Marcus wrote.

Known for their hit songs such as “Ang Huling El Bimbo,” “Alapaap,” “Pare Ko,” “Overdrive,” and “Magasin,” among others. Their songs have transcended generations, with even the young ones jamming to their hits.

READ: After clamor for Eraserheads reunion, Ely Buendia explains ‘Pag tumakbo si Leni’ tweet

Eraserheads was formed in 1989 and have been making hits after hits since then. In 2002, the band announced their disbandment following the departure of Ely. They are considered to be one of the most-loved OPM rock bands ever made. 

In 2009, the band came together for a concert dubbed as The Final Set.

Following their disbandment, all four members went on to pursue their own careers and play in different bands. 

Back in 2021, a fan asked Ely if a reunion was possible, which the frontman jokingly answered “Pag tumakbo si Leni,” referencing then-Vice President Leni Robredo who was yet to make an announcement about her presidential bid at that time. He went on to perform in a rally in Iloilo City.

As of writing, no official announcement from Eraserheads has been made to address the speculations regarding their cryptic posts.