Los Angeles, CA, May 10, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Television, Internet, advertising, song lyrics… all deliver mixed signals about what’s good or bad, what’s acceptable and what’s not, and where you can buy something to make you important. In that culture of superficiality, it’s no wonder that substance abuse, depression and suicide of youth and teens are at a staggering high. More than 3.5 million adolescents are clinically depressed. And for girls, the problem is worse — self-esteem centered depression and destructive behavior affects more than half of American girls between 13 and 18.
“Beautiful,” the new single from Stereo Fuse, addresses this important issue with a message of hope, understanding and strength. “I wrote it from the point of view of parents relating to their child – kind of a modern lullaby,” explains Stereo Fuse singer and song writer Colin Hill. “I may not be a parent yet, but I do understand the importance of giving kids positive messages – they face life-altering challenges every day, and need support.”
well before you Would cry
And hide your face in shame
cause it broke my heart to watch
you endure this hateful game
cause I knew it way back then
that there Soon would come a day
when all the time I tried to find
the perfect words to say
no need for goodbyes
just spread your wings and fly
just leave it behind because a
brand new day has come
and you will see if you believe that
your life has just begun
Cause you’re beautiful now
Yeah you’re more than words can say
You’re so beautiful now
You’re so far from yesterday so beautiful
oh yes you are
Stereo Fuse is reaching out to the youth and teen markets with “Beautiful” and other uplifting songs from ALL THAT REMAINS while on tour this spring and summer. Sponsored by Spalding’s King of the Beach volleyball line, the band is performing at youth active sports events across the country, including the U.S. Junior Beach Volleyball Tour, the California Beach Volleyball Association Youth Tour (presented by Quicksilver/Roxy) and the Bank of the West Beach Games. Such events draw thousands of kids and offer unparalled opportunity for the band to connect to them.
The Dallas-based Stereo Fuse is Colin Hill (vocals/guitar), Jeff Quay (guitars) and Chad Jenkins (drums). ALL THAT REMAINS was produced by Mark Slaughter, and will be in stores June 6, 2006.
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