“Things are really beginning to hit me. Can’t believe I’ll be leaving soon,” the 21-year-old musician tweeted before departing to the Mission Training Center in Utah.
David added in his last video for a while, “I’m going to miss my family, I’m going to miss to keep in touch with them, but also… I am going to miss to be able to talk to all of you, and let you know what’s going on, sharing my thoughts and weird random things that I’m doing or thinking about. I appreciate that you guys have still been here.”
Check out this new shot of David Archuleta from his upcoming “Forevermore.”
Just before the 20-year-old musician heads off on his 2-year mission, he’ll be dropping a brand-new album called Forevermore.
According to his official website, the album is a “collection of all original Filipino classic love songs written and composed by some of the Philippine’s renowned songwriters like Ogie Alcasid, Louie Ocampo, Jay Durias, Jimmy Antiporda, Cecil Azarcon, among others.”
Songs on the record include the title track, “You Are My Song”, “I’ll Never Go”, “Reaching Out”, “Rainbow”, “Tell Me”, and “Hold On.”
Forevermore will be released in the Philippines by IVORY Music & Video this month.