23-Year-Old Singer/Songwriter to Release Companion Video for the Track on August 19
Thinks Back to College Days on New Single – American Songwriter
At only 23 years old, country newcomer Chase Wright is already a much-buzzed-about singer/songwriter who has captured the attention of industry veterans landing a publishing deal with Toby & Molly Music and signing with Morris Higham Management for exclusive representation.
“I started playing covers and teaching myself guitar my freshman year of college, and from posting videos and playing around campus, my buddies entered me into a contest to win a weekly gig at our local bar Swizzle Stick. At the time I was furious and embarrassed, yet the athlete in me was too competitive not to give it my all, and from that, there the fire kindled,” shares the Indiana native. “Shortly after I realized the reactions to songs I wrote weren’t the ones people got a refill on, and that’s when I knew I needed to be in Nashville.”
Today he makes his debut with the release of track “My Kinda Morning” written with Matt Jenkins and Josh Jenkins. Listen HERE. The first of many new songs to come, Chase is also set to release his debut music video to accompany the song on Aug. 19.
Produced by Zach Abend, “My Kinda Morning” is infused with many of the pop and rock elements that Chase grew up with. The energetic song is a confident genre blend for an artist with obvious respect for country music’s way around a story.
“I love Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban. I’ve seen Keith live more than any other artist,” the Indian native shares. “But I also grew up listening to 3 Doors Down, The Fray, Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls. You can hear pop, rock and country, all the genres I love, in my music.”
With his feet firmly planted in relatable storytelling that the country music format is known for, Chase also adds his own flair with dashes of electric loops and pop-rock chords alongside the traditional sounds made from steel strings and wood. Committed wholeheartedly to beat-heavy moodiness, “My Kinda Morning” channels his pop-rock leanings.