When James Lye (no, not VR Man. The music producer) approached me to be part of this song, I was like, "Sure!". Before I knew it, an Audio-Technica AT5040 mic was delivered to my door, and I started recording and filming my bits. And by that, I meant my bits of the song. Not my other bits.
Marc Nair wrote the lyrics and James arranged the song, with the following talents.
James Lye on Guitars
Goh Si Kai on Keyboards
Nicholas Lee on Bass
CK Er on Drums
Video Editor: Marc Nair
Audio & Mix Engineer: Eugene Soh & James Lye
It was such a thrill to be working on the same project as all these talented singers and musicians. And that AT5040 mic is so nice too. 10/10 would do it again.
it is Day 21 of #circuitbreaker. Marc Nair and I were inspired to write a new version of Singapore's favourite NDP song, We shared that a few days ago.
Then our super-good-guitarist friend Daniel Tan helped us to record the music with his guitars.
The writing of the lyrics was done remotely (iCloud Notes ftw!), the singing was done in my bedroom "studio", and even the guitars were recorded by Daniel at his own home, because you know, we are all WFH now.
Ladies and Gennermen, the acoustic, unplugged version of our parody song, Stay At Home, Auntie. I hope you enjoy it.
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Day 12 of #circuitbreaker. My friend’s son, 2 years 3 months old, has a message for you in this time of COVID.. 18th April 2020.
Welcome to the mrbrown WFH Show podcast. I will be posting random conversations as well as reports from Kim Huat. This new audio series will run daily throughout the Stay Home period known as The Circuit Breaker in Singapore.
Circuit Breaker is Singapore's national measure to slow the community spread of Covid-19. It will end on May 4th 2020, if it goes according to plan. For the month that it is active, Singaporeans must stay at home and leave only for essential services.
Kim Huat bumps into his neighbour while going to tabao food. And they catch up over the recent #circuitbreaker measures, and the Government payouts available to Singaporeans to help tide them over this challenging period.
Note: This video was filmed at home with the help of a green screen and outdoor stock footage. Kim Huat knows better than to be filming outdoors or loitering outside. Stay home, ok? And if you need to go out to get your essentials, do it fast fast then go home! And practise safe distancing!