The pop-rock band LANY vowed to return to Manila for the remainder of their life.
Yesterday, on the first day of their five-day concert at the SM Mall of Asia Arena, lead singer Paul Klein expressed how much the band loves the Philippines.
“Manila, we love you. Thank you for a wonderful evening,” Paul added.
“We will return for the rest of our lives. Next year, next year, and the year after that. We love you. Mahal kita,” he added.
Paul added that the Philippines has one of the loudest crowds in history.
“Manila, you sing so good. You are among the loudest crowds in history,” he stated.
LANY, comprised of Paul and Jake Goss, performed classics like “Thick and Thin,” “Super Far,” “Thru These Tears,” “13,” “Pink Skies,” “Mean It,” “Hericane” “I Quit Drinking,” “Good Girls,” and “Malibu Nights.”
The highlight of the evening was when they sang their biggest song, “ILYSB.” The audience went wild as the band performed it as their final song of the evening.
Tonight evening on November 13, 15, and 16 at the Mall of Asia Arena, LANY will perform again.
The last time the band visited the Philippines was in 2020, when they played in Cebu as part of the Plus63 Music & Arts Festival. Their concert in 2022 will mark their sixth trip to the country.
In 2019, LANY performed three sold-out concerts in the Mall of Asia Arena, following their first sold-out arena performance at the Araneta Coliseum the previous year, which prompted a second night.