National anthem song ‘A World Apart’ is on a track for US release after US presidential election
US anthem song “A World Away” is on its way to a US release and it could be released in 2019 or 2020.
The National Anthem Choir’s lead singer and lyricist, Alexei Ionescu, announced the news in a Facebook post on Tuesday.
The song will be released as a double album called “A Better World Away.”
Ionesco said the album will be available in October 2019, two months before the inauguration of US President Donald Trump, and a month before the presidential inauguration of Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The album will feature music from a variety of singers including the American band P!nk, which will perform the first two songs from the album.
“A New World Away”, which Ionesca also wrote and performed, is about the United States as a “lost country”.
The song, which is a “beautiful, beautiful thing”, has already been performed by the British band The 1975, who performed it during a concert in London in April 2019.
“I feel a lot of joy and pride in America and it’s been so hard for us to see the country as a failed nation,” Ionescuc told Reuters news agency.
“This song is about a new world and what America has done for the world.
I’m so happy that we can share it with everyone,” he added.
The lyrics of the song, by Ionescecu, were written by US composer/songwriter Joe Satriani.
Satriane has written scores for several Broadway musicals including the musical “Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Hamilton”.
Ionesccu, who has won two Juno awards for his work, also performed at the inauguration for US President Barack Obama.
“The United States has been a great beacon of hope and hope for people in the world and the world will be a better place because of America,” he said.
“It’s a great song, I really love it.”
Ionecsuc and his family have been active in US politics, serving in the US House of Representatives for five terms.
The two have become well-known in the country for their political activism, particularly during the 2016 presidential election.
“America is a country of dreams, a nation of hope, and it has become a beacon of justice,” Ionececu said in a statement.
“As a result, we hope that this song will bring hope to all those who are facing persecution, as well as inspire the world to do the same.”