Wo o o… lala lalala… (sing: When I Found You)

Amber Pacific is ready to release new song this month. The band just posted an important message to us. Read the full statement below


I started this band with the purpose of making a positive lasting impact on anyone who was willing to listen. So many of you have approached me at different times throughout our career or have written notes thanking me for writing music that literally saved your life. That is and will always be my greatest accomplishment as a songwriter, writing a song that got you through a time in your life, gave you something to hold on to, or gave you a light that led you out of a dark place.

This is and will always be the reason why AP will never stop making music, because each and every fan we have means something to us. We don’t need a million followers and we don’t need sold out shows to feel important, all we needed was 1 and fortunately for us we ended up with a few more.

We have a new song set to be released on the 28th and its going to be fun, it’s the kind of song you turn on and blast driving down a freeway with your friends without a care in the world. It’s important to stop and take a second to find something positive in your life and focus on it.

Take life one day at a time and remember that it’s not a sprint, it’s a race that we don’t always win and we may not always be happy but I promise things almost always work out, nothing is ever set in stone and I guarantee you are not the only person feeling the way you feel or going through what you’re going through.

In the wake of recent events involving Chester, I just wanted to reach out and let you know that I’m here for you, Amber Pacific is here for you. This page is a safe place, share your thoughts share your feelings, lean on each other and support and love one another.

“Who cares if one more light goes out in the sky of a million stars, it flickers, flickers, who cares when someone’s time runs out if a moment is all we are, or quicker or quicker, who cares if one more light goes out, well I do” – Linkin Park