One of Thailand’s fastest-rising bands thrilled fans at the Hard Rock Café on Saturday, March 2, performing new material and songs from their award-winning 2010 debut album.
The five-member band 25 Hours, which won awards for best new artist, best album and best song in 2010, came to prominence for a unique sound among Thai bands that combined Britpop, Thai folk music and rock.
The band belts out a rendition of their anthem “Khon Khang Khang’.
The band performed “Tham Jan,” “Wan Dee Dee,” “Sexy Lady”, “Nai Wan Thee Khao Tong Pai” and “Khid Muan Kan Rue Plao.” Entry tickets also bought fans snacks and drinks.
The band is composed of singer Sompol Rungpanit, Pratheep Siriissaranan and Piyawat Meekrua on guitars, Eksiri Kambangphai on bass, and Kritpong Sakulnamanek on drums. Their self-titled first album also included a track used in the major movie soundtrack to “Kuan Mun Ho.”
25 Hours fans expect an illuminating performance.
Band members said the name of the group came from the idea that if a day had 25 hours, the final 60 minutes would be when people do what they really want to do. They said 25 Hours music was dedicated to describing key moments occurring at different times of life; both happy and sad, lonely or fun, all of which are a start of something important.
25 Hours pose for a photo before their performance at Hard Rock Café Pattaya on Saturday, March 2.
Lead singer Laem is joined by fans on stage as he serenades them with “Wan Dee Dee”.
The Hard Rock lived up to its name as the concert venue shook with youthful energy.