Girish and The Chronicles’ re-recorded debut album ‘Back On Earth’ to be released on January 27th
India based rockers Girish and The Chronicles consisting of frontman Girish Pradhan, bassist and keyboardist Yogesh Pradhan, lead guitarist Suraz Sun and drummer Nagen Nags will be re-releasing their debut album Back On Earth via Frontiers Music Srl on January 27, 2023 but this time with the songs re-recorded.
Track List for re-recorded Back On Earth:
01. Ride To Hell
03. Born With A Big Attitude
04. Shot By The Cupid, Touched By The Devil
06. I Wanna Get That Lovin’ Again
07. Hey You
09. Smile Little Child
10. The Revolving Barrel
11. Golden Crown
12. End of Civilization
The following message was posted on Frontiers Music Srl‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits):
“Up-and-coming hard rockers Girish And The Chronicles have announced the upcoming release of a re-record of their debut album, “Back On Earth” on January 27, 2023. A single & video for the track ‘Loaded’ is out today!
Pre-order/save “Back On Earth” HERE: https://orcd.co/backonearth
Originally released in 2014, “Back On Earth” was the first album to introduce GATC to a larger global hard rock audience and kicked off their still ongoing rock n’ roll journey.
When asked why the band decided to re-record the album as opposed to simply remastering and reissuing it, frontman Girish Pradhan says, “We wanted the whole thing to have a fresh new start. Although we wanted to keep most of the vocal takes, we have been introducing a lot of musical changes to these songs in live performances. So we thought, “Why not do the same in the new recordings?” We always felt that we had technical challenges back in the day and couldn’t deliver the hard hitting sound that we had originally intended, so we introduced some new breakdowns, chord sequences, solos, and bass and drum parts to these songs that make them feel closer to where we are now. We didn’t want to mess around too much with the vocals though, which is why I only re-recorded the vocals for ‘Angel’ and ‘Loaded’. As a whole, the whole thing sounds quite different from the 2014 version, but all in all, it stays true to the spirit of the songs, however, we feel that it is closer to the vision we had back in the day.””