Endorphine (band)

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This article is about the Thai rock band. For the chemical, see Endorphin.
Endorphine (Da Endorphine)
Performing in Bangkok, Thailand, August 2007
Background information
Origin Bangkok, Thailand
Genres Thai rock, Rock, Thai pop, Pop
Years active 2004–2006
Labels BullDog & GMM Grammy
Members Thanida Thamwimon (Da)
Anucha Boethongkhamkul (Kia)
Thanat Amornmanus(Bird)
Thapaphol Amornmanus (Bomb)

Endorphine is one of the most popular Thai rock bands in Thailand today. The band consists of Da (lead vocals), Kia (guitar), Bird (bass), and Bomb (drum).

Current members (nickname in parentheses) are the following:

History & Name Meaning[edit]

Singer Da during an August 2007 concert

The band started in junior high school. Friends Bomb (drums) and Kia (guitar) decided to form a band and asked Bomb’s brother Bird (bass) to join in. They decided they needed a lead vocalist, and that’s when Da came in. Impressed with Da’s unique and powerful voice, the band asked her to join. “Since we played rock music, we never thought our lead singer would be a girl,” Bomb said. “But when we heard Da sing, we knew she was the missing piece.”

They were almost set, but there was still one other thing they needed — the right name. Stuck in traffic one day, Bomb spotted a bumper sticker that had the word “endorphine” written on it. Curious, Bomb looked the word up and found the perfect name for his band. “Endorphins are a chemical substance produced by the brain when we’re happy or in pain,” Bomb said. “And we want people to be happy listening to our songs. Hence the name Endorphine.”


  • Prig - Chili (พริก) (2004)
  • Replay (2004)
  • Sug Ga Wa 49 (สักวา 49) (2005)
  • Narongvit - Sleepless Society 2 (2006)
  • The Best Of - Love Issue (2006)
  • Pahp Luang Tah (ภาพลวงตา)(2007)
  • Sound About (2008)
  • Saen Saeb (2009)
  • Dok Mai Fai (ดอกไม้ไฟ) (2011)

Popular songs[edit]

  • Sing tee chun rian roo (สิ่งที่ฉันเรียนรู้) (What I've Learned)
  • Keun kahm pee (คืนข้ามปี) (New Year's Eve)
  • Praw ter (เพราะเธอ) (Because of You)
  • Ter Bog Hai Leum (เธอบอกให้ลืม) (You Told Me to Forget)
  • Dao Gra Dahd (ดาวกระดาษ) (Paper Star)
  • Glua Ter Ja Pid Wung (กลัวเธอจะผิดหวัง) (Afraid You'll Be Disappointed)
  • Proong Nee Mai Sai (พรุ่งนี้ไม่สาย) (Tomorrow Is Not Too Late)
  • Mai tong roo wa rao kobe gun bab nai' (ไม่ต้องรู้ว่าเราคบกันแบบไหน) (No Need to Know How We're Involved With One Another)
  • Mai roo jug Chun mai roo jug Ter (ไม่รู้จักฉันไม่รู้จักเธอ)feat. Pop Calories Blah...Blah Ost. Sai lub jub barn lek(สายลับจับบ้านเล็ก)
  • Dai Yin Mai(ได้ยินไหม)(Do you hear Me?)
  • Dok rahtree (Night-blooming jasmine;[1] คาราโอเกะ)


Puan-Sa-Nit (เพื่อนสนิท) (Best/Close Friends) charted at no. 1 in Thailand.

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