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REVIEW: award-winning artist ena mori releases encouraging debut album

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The gifted Japanese-Filipino Synth-pop singer ena mori has just unveiled her sparkling new debut album, DON’T BLAME THE WILD ONE! through Offshore Music Philippines. The album follows after the release of her singles ‘KING OF THE NIGHT!’ and ‘SOS’, which came coupled with an off-beat video of her jamming in a room, bursting with character. Her playful personality is infectious and ties in well with her lyrics, which inspire self-belief, helping us realize that we can conquer anything that we set our minds to. 

Stream / Download: ‘DON’T BLAME THE WILD ONE!’

The trackA HIGHER PLACE is a good example of this. She explains that she fell from a high place into tragedy and sadness. She realized that to return to that place she needed change. She had to start from the beginning again in order to put herself back where she belongs. The message is clear: if you fall down, get back up and never give up.

Read our previous feature on ena mori here

ena mori takes a more rebellious approach in ‘SOS’, speaking to the youth because they are the future. She understands that progress is coming and tells us we should live life as authentically as we can by standing up for our beliefs. If you’re in a dark place, this assuring album will encourage you to rise up and take the opportunities that come your way. 

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