Zel Bautista of December Avenue recently began a thread on Twitter saying that he'll be sharing trivia daily about each of the songs that the band has released so far.
He began sharing a meaningful story on how he was able to write the catchy pop-rock track “Back To Love” - a song inclued in their self-titled album back in 2016. It’s all clear now that the lines “Even though I'm never there, you never have to fear / I can see you up from here / with a little mist of tear” comes from a perspective of someone who passed away. “I wrote this in the perspective of a dead person or an angel watching over someone he truly love," he said.
Zel continued the thread and shared another cool piece of trivia for 2013's "Breathe Again" - saying that the track was written and inspired by his childhood sweetheart. Awww. We definitely "feel fine" after knowing the wordplay behind it.
For their song "Bulong" (which was released last year)!, He revealed that the line Alipin ng Pag-ibig is how he sees himself as a slave of depression.
We're looking forward for more fun facts and song trivia, Zel! Keep us posted!