ST. WOLF Turns Rock Single "Papara" Into 8-Minute Electronic Track
The boys of ST. WOLF released an 8-minute version of their song "Papara". This fresh take on their 2017 single dubbed “Papara (Malaya)” reflects how Filipinos long and cry for freedom from oppression.
"This lockdown exposed an unreliable system and people still believe it's the best out there. We hope that in your search for freedom you realize that we, the people, deserve better," bassist Karlo Maglasang tweeted about the reimagined track which has a fresh toned-down electronic sound.
This lockdown exposed an unreliable system and people still believe it's the best out there. We hope that in your search for freedom you realize that we, the people, deserve better. https://t.co/5odfsfe5Wu— karlo bulag ✽ (@l0neballoon) July 24, 2020
Moreover, the four-piece act shared that it can also be about freedom from your own mind. “We suffer when we start believing everything we hear in our heads. We then start realizing that its a loop of thoughts that's keeping us from being free. That gives us the choice now whether to believe what our minds tell us, or to separate that voice from who we are,” ST. WOLF said in a statement.
“Papara (Malaya)” will be be part of St. Wolf’s upcoming RMNNTS Vol. I EP which arrives this August. Listen to this track here:
And while you're at it, here's a little throwback! Check out ST. WOLF's MYX Music Awards 2019 performance of "Papara" below: