Stand Up and Say Something with Rich Chambers’ ‘I’m So Tired’
Canadian artist Rich Chambers has been writing, recording, and performing music for more than 20 years. Throughout the years, he has released numerous albums and successful singles both as a solo artist and a member of the band Half-Hour Late.
After graduating from university, Rich released his first album that included the song ‘Snow Miser vs. Heat Miser.’ The single has been downloaded over 18,000 times in the last ten years and streamed approximately 700,000 times in the past two. In 2020, he recorded and released a Christmas album called Santa’s Rockin’ Band.
Currently, Rich is following his holiday album with a socially conscious single. His latest song, ‘I’m So Tired,’ is an intelligently compelling commentary of today’s social unrest. When an angry mob stormed into Capitol Hill in Washington, he decided to stand up and say something.
In the song, Rich shares how he is tired, tired of the confusion, tired of the seemingly uncompromising ideologies, tired of agendas with no directions or solutions, and tired of the unrest.
He says, “I didn’t intend for this song to be so political. But as I watched what was unfolding in Washington, I suddenly realized that ‘I’m So Tired,’ which I had just written and recorded days before, seemed to be not only exactly how I was feeling, but how everyone was feeling.”
‘I’m So Tired’ is a driving and infectious rocker that portrays frustration, anxiety, and a sense of overall fatigue. The music has a stick-in-your-head guitar riff and rhythm that pulls people in. It’s a toe-tapping, head-bobbing kind of song that leans on classic rock with modern rock.
Listen to Rich Chambers’ ‘I’m So Tired’ on YouTube.