POWER QUEST/Ex-FIREWIND Vocalist's 'Dream' Selected As Official Song Of Sri Lankan Cricket Team

March 17, 2011

Native Sri Lankan vocalist Chitral "Chity" Somapala has announced that his new song "Believing The Dream" has been selected as the official song for the Sri Lankan cricket team at the Cricket World Cup. The song is being promoted by MBC Networks in Sri Lanka.

The tournament is currently being played in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and India.
Sri Lanka has already qualified for the quarter finals of the competition, having previously won the tournament in 1996.

Chity is, of course, well known around the world as the frontman of British melodic metal band POWER QUEST, who are just about to release their new album "Blood Alliance", and progressive metal outfit RED CIRCUIT from Germany.

Check out the "Believing The Dream" video below.

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