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Young Artist Joins Forces with PACER, Releases Second Single

Posted on the 05 October 2012 by Candornews @CandorNews

Young Artist Joins Forces with PACER, Releases Second Single

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Hayley Reardon joins forces with anti-bullying organization in celebration of second single, reflection of Unity Day.

Singer-songwriter (and one of Candor’s featured artists) Hayley Reardon is set to release her second single, “Tribe”, in promotion for her forthcoming album, Where the Artists GoIn addition to the single’s release, the music video for the song will release on the PACER website. “Tribe”, which will be released on October 10 in conjunction with PACER’s National Bullying Prevention holiday, Unity Day.

As bullying is a topic that is near and dear to Reardon, it is no wonder that “Tribe” is her second tune on the topic. (Her first being “Stand Together” in 2010.) Reardon, who is a National Peer Spokesperson for the organization has spoken out before on bullying, and how “finding your voice” through self-expression is essential.

When asked about the meaning of the song, Reardon stated that she understands what it’s like to feel different and want something more than everyone else. “[T]he more you find yourself, the less they understand. I wrote this song about learning for myself that all we need to be is what makes us feel alive, and eventually we’ll find our ‘tribe‘. [...] Let go of the ones who don’t understand and hold out for the ones who do.Don’t lose yourself in the search because the tribe is waiting and once you find them, you know what it means to belong.

Hayley Reardon’s second single, “Tribe”, will be available on iTunes, Amazon, and other digital music distributors. Her debut album, Where the Artists Go, will release later this month, October 23. To learn more about Reardon, visit her on Facebook or Twitter. To learn more about her work with PACER, click here.

In order to show your support for Unity Day (October 10), it is greatly encouraged that you wear orange so that those who have suffered will know that you stand with them. To learn more about PACER and Unity Day, visit their website at www.pacer.org/bullying.

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