News: Chandra Shares Upbeat Pop-Rock Single ‘I’ll Be There’

Pop-Rocker Chandra share the anthemic new single ‘I’ll Be There,’ bursts onto the scene with infectious energy and a message that resonates deeply in today’s tumultuous world.

At its core, ‘I’ll Be There’ serves as a rallying cry for those who feel powerless in the face of global challenges. In a time where despair can often overshadow hope, Chandra reminds us that positive change begins with simple acts of kindness and compassion. The song encourages listeners to believe in their ability to make a difference, emphasizing the transformative power of love and empathy.

Delivering catchy hooks, Queen-esque layers of vocal harmonies and some soaring distorted guitar, Chandra’s eclectic musical influences shine through. Ultimately comparable to The Darkness, the track’s commercial edge yet striking rock tones are evident as the vibrant, upbeat chorus is reflected against the shredding guitar solo.

Speaking about the single, Chandra explains: “I used to despair at the fact that nothing I did would make a blind bit of difference against the swirling vortex of war, disease, corruption, political turmoil and environmental disasters. Waking up every day to a backdrop of relentless bad news, feeling helpless to do anything about it, really gets you down. But the truth is we CAN effect a change and it starts right here, at home, with how we treat one another. We can be the ones to turn this all around with simple but widespread acts of love, trust and empathy.

I wrote this song to help everyone realise that you can make small changes to the way you act… simply be there for someone, smile at someone and with every single positive move we dissipate more and more bad feeling. On a grand scale I think that represents the sea change that we all need. And I purposefully filled this song with little musical surprises (some bigger than others) to make everyone smile, snigger and beam while they think about what small thing they can do to make someone happy.”

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