After eight years, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are finally coming back to the Philippines.

On June 6, the American rock quintet announced that they would be heading back to the Philippines this year. They will be holding back-to-back shows in Davao and in Manila this September. The two shows were first teased by concert organizer PULP Live World last June 5 via a poster on their social media. The band last performed in the Philippines in 2016 as part of their 10-year anniversary tour for their hit debut album Don’t You Fake It.

The Davao show will be held on September 11 while the Manila show is set to happen the next day on September 12. At the time of the initial announcement, venue and ticketing details have yet to be officially announced by the band or PULP Live World. Watch this space for updates.

the red jumpsuit apparatus Davao Manila 2024

Courtesy of @pulpliveworld

The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus was formed in 2003 in Middleburg, Florida. Blending elements of alternative rock, pop-punk, and emo, they are known for such hit tracks as “Face Down,” “Your Guardian Angel,” “False Pretense,” “Am I The Enemy,” and more. Their latest record,The Emergency EP, was released on August 28, 2020.

Listen to The Emergency EP by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus below: