Singapore's answer to bands like McFly, Busted, and All Time Low is here.
Comprising Cash Christopher and Harith Shah, Says It All are a rising outfit who pride themselves on their refreshing sound, which blends feel-good pop-punk tunes and memories of places that are familiar to most Singaporeans.
On 8 August, the duo introduced themselves by way of their first release — a track titled 'Heartlands'. Featuring references to the popular K-drama Hotel Del Luna, rock band Kodaline, ASOS, and Singapore's Sixth Avenue, the song tells the story of a couple, whose affection is "saccharine sweet and blissfully perfect" despite their differences.
An accompanying music video, which was shot at places such as Marina Barrage, Gardens by the Bay, and a heartland bus stop, was released via the group's YouTube channel on the same day.
The follow-up to 'Heartlands', 'IDKWYM' is scheduled to drop on 22 August, just slightly less than two weeks before the release of Says It All's five-track debut EP, 5 Ways to Self Destruct, on 1 September.
"Aptly titled, this EP takes us through a journey of the meet-cute, the romance, the trouble, the hurt, and the recovery through recognisable Singaporean locations in our lyrics, aiming to sing your favourite pop-punk tunes with places you now can recognise, and that Says It All," shared the group.