The Eraserheads, one of Filipino rock's most influential bands, is finally reuniting for a one-night only concert on Dec. 22, the band said Monday.
The reunion concert, titled "Huling El Bimbo", will take place after Ely Buendia, Raymund Marasigan, Buddy Zabala, and Marcus Adoro posted an uncaptioned photo of a bright yellow "E" written backwards over the weekend, exciting fans who have been wanting the former bandmates to reunite.
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The event will be held at the SMDC Festival Grounds in Parañaque City, with tickets on sale soon.
Eraserheads, who shaped OPM with their hit songs "Ang Huling El Bimbo", "Ligaya", and "With A Smile", disbanded in 2002 and last reunited for a major concert in 2009.
During the pandemic lockdowns, Buendia went viral for his thoughts on friendship outside the band and the not-so-profound meaning of fan favorite track "Spoliarium".