DNA Music proudly announces the release of “Outlaws”, the debut single of pop-indie outfit NAMELESS KIDS. The single was produced by the band themselves alongside multi-awarded songwriter-producer Jonathan Manalo.
"Outlaws" was inspired by the popular biker gang TV series Sons of Anarchy. It left a “what if” feeling, it was written not out of experience but out of curiosity, desire even. It felt like the band didn’t have experiences that could suffice to that deep of a subject, the rebellious, fuck the world type of story. "Outlaws" is borne out of a desire to tell a story worth telling but at the same time something that shouldn’t be told.
NAMELESS KIDS is a permanent collaborative group of different upbringings and skill sets. They made the conscious decision to come together to inspire and showcase the music that has influenced them throughout their lives.
Nameless Kids is a five-piece band that started as three. Nhiko Viktor Sabiniano (keyboards/vocals) is an illustrator/graphic artist who came from a reality TV show and started studying music production. Kyle Perry (guitar) is a model/artist who used to do freestyle rapping as a kid in the streets of Okinawa, Japan. Jason de Mesa (bass) grew up with music all his life, especially because he’s the son of one of OPM’s biggest legends. Kim Allen (vocals) has been a solo singer-songwriter with songs on different music platforms such as Soundcloud before joining NK while Imay Alconaba rounds off the band on drums.
Once upon a late night coffee fix, they were trying to figure out what their band name should be. Hours passed and they were still left with nothing. Then out of frustration, one of them said, “Why can’t we just be nameless?!” which ultimately led to “Nameless Kids.” And here they are now trying to make a mark in the music industry, five individuals looking to cook up music with the ingredients each of them have to offer.
"Outlaws" by Nameless Kids is now out on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, and all online music platforms under DNA Music.
Listen to “Outlaws” here: