Ground Zero (放射空間) rocking it out at Skechers Sundown Festival 2015

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Photo credits: Red Spade Entertainment & The Red Planet Group.

SINGAPORE, NOVEMBER 22, 2015 – Fans of Ground Zero were having a rocking time during Ground Zero’s segment at the Sundown Festival 2015 where they performed a series of organically rich rock songs.

Ground Zero kicked start their performance with 东区的人别听慢歌, which is a unique and new rendition of May Day’s 伤心的人别听慢歌. Followed by songs from their latest album which was launched earlier in February this year, 玩真的 and 小朋友, that brought the excitement level of the crowd to a whole new level.

During their performance, Ground Zero also did a cover of James Bay’s Hold Back the River proving English songs was a small feat to this Mandarin band.

Thereafter, they hyped up the crowd with their latest hit song, 大海之名, a Hokkien-dialect song, which expresses the thoughts of the farmers in Taiwan. Ground Zero ended off their set on a high note with hits from the debut album, 终点起点 and 简单生活, leaving the crowd with great memories of their exciting and upbeat performance.

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Press release and Photo credits: Red Spade Entertainment & The Red Planet Group.

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