Imagine Green Day met up with Buddy Holly and had a jam, and you’ll be on the same lines as Rich Chambers. Residing in an ambitious indie-rock attire with elements of garage rock thrown in for extra flavor, “High School Can’t Last Forever” is bathed with a timeless soundscape that feels up to the times yet nostalgic over yesteryear.

Sharing his thoughts on the release, Rich Chambers explains: “High school often seems to represent that moment in our lives where anything is possible. It is our launching pad to life, so to speak. From that point, we all start to make decisions (or don’t make decisions) that ultimately start each of us off down our own unique life path. “High School Can’t Last Forever” is a song that tackles this defining moment in our lives.

“It begs the notion that those who follow dreams or take chances to go after something often live without regret, whereas, those who are never willing to take a chance or squash their dreams (for whatever reason) often live with regret and find themselves looking back to life’s launching pad (high school), wishing they could launch again. It does this to the backbeat of an under three minute, timeless, rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack.”

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