Chaise Releases New Single ‘More Of You’

Out today, ‘More Of You’ is the brand new single from singer songwriter Chaise. The up tempo pop track takes its inspiration from Taylor Swift, and this is evident in Chaise’s sound, which is a poppy, albeit with a punkier edge. Additionally her relatable lyrics will also appeal to fans of Ms Swift.

Chaise’s songwriting grew from her love of writing poems, and it was when she was a junior in high school that she first decided to match her lyrics to her new-found musical talent. It was like an untapped well; soon enough Chaise was putting her internal monologue on paper, the words flowing easily onto paper as she used her songs like a diary. Her lyrics are both honest and candid, and are well-paired with her catchy guitar riffs, which are edged with raw emotion.

Speaking of her music, Chaise said,

“I always try to leave the listener feeling uplifted with an overall positive message”.

‘More Of You’ is an ample demonstration of Chaise’s talent, and squarely puts her in the “one to watch” category. As she examines breakups and painful realisations, we are able to understand her hurt and heartfelt emotions. Not one of us – apart from those with hearts of actual stone – will be unable to relate to what she’s singing about.

Chaise’s music has an undeniably catchiness, which underpins the heartfelt vulnerability of the lyrics. ‘More Of You’ gives listeners a taste of what is to come from this independent artist.

‘More Of You’ is available to stream and download here. You can find out more about Chaise and her music online on Instagram / Facebook

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