Canadian rocker Rich Chambers has been fully establishing his ability as a writer and s performer through out the last year with a series of uptempo pop-rock tracks which blend elements of vintage rock ‘n’ roll with modern tendencies to create a hugely enjoyable, vintage, commercial rock sound.
Returning with the new single ‘I Wonder’, a Rock N’ Roll comparable to the likes of The Buzzcocks and Billy Idol with a twist of Richard Thompson for good measure. Catchy, high-octane and upbeat with an ironic sheen as Chamber’s sings “I wonder why am I still in love with you”, this simple but effective style of songwriting is put through it’s paces, demonstrating that modern music doesn’t all have to consist of huge production and electronics in order to pack a commercial punch.
Speaking about the new release, Chambers said, “Those who know me, know that I often talk about how personal songwriting is or how I am often trying to reflect upon some aspect of the human condition and/or experience in a song, but they also know that a part of me also fully embraces and enjoys the ‘guilty pleasure’ aspect of music and songwriting. Not all songs have to mean something. Sometimes a song is simply about enjoying the music and having fun, which is where ‘I Wonder’ comes from. The song was a pile of fun to write and even more fun to record!”