AUSTRIA, Nov. 10 (UPI) — Australia is getting its first song by a rock band, according to Australian singer-songwriter and songwriter Josh Bajarin.
Bajarin and his bandmates will be performing a new song called “EVERMORE” on Saturday at a special event called the “Rock the Floor” concert in Sydney.
The rock band’s singer, drummer and bassist said the song is meant to represent the sadness and anger of the earthquake that hit the Pacific Ocean last November.
The song is set to be performed by the band at an outdoor concert at the Sydney Opera House.
“It’s a tribute to the people who died and all the people that are still missing, it’s a love song for the people, and it’s meant to be a tribute,” Bajardin said.
“This is really the first time that a rock group is coming out with something and I’m excited to be part of it.”
The band performed “Everest” last year on “Rock and Roll With Josh” on the ABC, but did not release a video for the song.
Bijarin and the band have released three albums of their own, including 2012’s “The Return of the Sun.”