Ben&Ben’s “Sa Susunod na Habangbuhay” trends on social media, Youtube with messages of hope

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Ben&Ben Sa Susunod na Habangbuhay
Ben&Ben’s new music video “Sa Susunod Na Habangbuhay” screengrab.

Ben&Ben’s new song “Sa Susunod na Habangbuhay” quickly went trending on social media on Thursday, the day of its release, with netizens sharing messages of positivity.

The Filipino indie folk pop band’s Original Pilipino Music (OPM) song “Sa Susunod na Habangbuhay” trended on Twitter as soon as it was released on February 27, 2020.

Ben&Ben’s new music video is currently ranked #11 Trending on YouTube Videos with over 206,000 views already garnered.

The song, composed by the “Ben” twin brothers, Miguel Benjamin Guico and Paolo Benjamin Guico, speak about moving on from pain with hope and forgiveness.

Netizens started sharing the song and their feelings about pain and moving on with forgiveness, making the hashtag #SaSusunodNaHabangbuhay one of the trending topics on Twitter.

@ProfPagz tweeted, “To my Tinatangi, I might end up breaking my promises and hurting you. I am not the best you can have. But if given a chance to live repeatedly in this cruel world, I will find my way to you and will still choose you to be part of my Araw-araw. #SaSusunodNaHabangbuhay”

@benxbenfans pointed out three lessons that fans could relate to while listening to the song.
“SA SUSUNOD NA HABANG-BUHAY
Looking for a reason to move forward
Standing up, ready to walk again, the wounds are slowly healing
Moving on from the pain, but still hopeful that there’s another chance, maybe not now, but in the next lifetime #SaSusunodNaHabangbuhay”

@theunworthy said, “love is pure and genuine if you’ll still choose them over and over again. #SaSusunodNaHabangbuhay”

Ben&Ben’s vocalists-guitarists Paolo Benjamin and Miguel Benjamin are joined by guitarist Poch Barretto, drummer Jam Villanueva, bassist Agnes Reoma, keyboardist Patricia Lasaten, percussionists Toni Muñoz and Andrew De Pano, and violinist Keifer Cabugao.

Ben&Ben has been anointed as the first Filipino band to be the National Geographic Asia #PlanetorPlastic Ambassadors.

National Geographic Asia #PlanetorPlastic Ambassadors
OPM ‘feel-good’ song “Catriona”, inspired by the fourth Filipina to win the Miss Universe title and written by rapper-songwriter Matthaios, captured the hearts of people across the world.

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