Premiere: Musically Gifted and Humanistically Big-Hearted Chris Reardon Releases ‘I’d Give It All Up’

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Following his major success with his debut single Drifting, and How We Win, British multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer Chris Reardon launched a new track titled I’d Give It All Up.

The latest single embraces an experimental alternative rock bursting with energy, as Chris Reardon brings new vibes to the rock scene with every new release.

On I’d Give It All Up, the London based artist describes his struggles with mental health. He delivers a story about him going through some hard times in his life that later became the focus of his artistry. Because of his own life experiences, he is able to deliver that message in a calming and hopeful way while metaphorically stating that everyone is allowed to be free and have a second chance.

Chris Reardon has already released a highly impactful track, called How We Win, which serves as a tribute to all the healthcare workers who are saving lives as the front line workers during this pandemic. The beautifully articulated song can be caught on Instagram TV only.

 

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Sonically, Chris Reardon represents a new wave of alternative rock, full of surprises, unexpected instrumental fusions, and references to other genres. He’s someone to watch out for as he confidentially delivers riffs, synths, acoustics, all blended and synchronized into a unique structure of rock and indie sounds, and which makes it uniquely tied to Chris Reardon identity he keeps proving since his debut single Drifting.

All of the drops that Chris Reardon serves, are produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by himself at his home studio in Greater London. Chris Reardon masterfully explores the art of songcraft and composition on his songs, as he confidently carries his musical journey with a mission to share his vision as an exciting and ever-evolving artist.

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Indie is not a genre

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