Alternative rock band Up Dharma Down has made a big change to their career as Armi Millare (vocals), Carlos Tanada (guitars), Paul Yap (bass), and Ean Mayor (drums) welcomed 2017.
In line with the release of the band's newest single "Sigurado," Millare announced that she, together with her bandmates, will no longer be performing as Up Dharma Down but... UDD.
"At a time like this, I earnestly feel that creative pursuits must be followed up with much caution and more love, because part of our job is to introduce moments of respite from current realities. Its just a few minutes of music but consider this us giving you our very best, and hope you enjoy it with your friends and family," she wrote in a Facebook post.
"Goodbye Up Dharma Down, and hello UDD from the moment it is available on Spotify 12MN on January 1st 2017. Cheers to more music and to all the good things we can still experience and work hard for!" she concluded.
"Sigurado," which showcases a bit new sound from the band, is now available on Spotify.
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